The University plans to open as usual tomorrow (Monday, February 2) with the regular schedule of classes and activities, and regular hours for University offices.
We will be continuing to monitor the forecasts. Please be sure to keep an eye on your University email accounts, NYU's social media accounts, and the NYU website for updates until your time of departure in the event that things change. If we do not communicate a change, assume that the University is opening as normal.
Our community makes it way to campus from many different points and via many different forms of transit; many will be unaffected by some snow, but others may confront more challenges. While it is our expectation for everyone to arrive at campus at their regular time on Monday, if you believe your travel to campus at your regular hour would be unsafe, take a common sense approach: be in touch with your supervisor or your professor, let him or her know what's going on, and make it to campus as soon afterward as possible.
Personnel who provide essential services should report for their regular assignments at their normal time; they should allow extra travel time so as to ensure their on-time arrival.
We are carefully monitoring the snow forecasts for New York City for tonight into tomorrow. At this point, the University plans to open as usual tomorrow with the regular schedule of classes, activities, and office hours. We expect to release a further update on this Info Alerts page and our Facebook and Twitter accounts around 6 pm (NYC time) tonight.
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