Delayed start for Monday, January 22, 2024

After monitoring the weather throughout the night and the current conditions of our roadways on campus and in the region, all academic classes that begin at noon (12 p.m.) and later will be held as normal. Classes that begin before 12 p.m. will not be in session synchronously but students should be watching for emails from their instructors with information regarding other asynchronous work and adjustments to the course schedule.

Other campus operations will have amended hours which are listed below. Weather-essential personnel should report to campus on a normal schedule, while all other campus offices will have a delayed opening at 12 p.m. Employees, in consultation with supervisors, should use their best judgment about travel to campus in the morning. Please be flexible as we all work together to assist employees that might be driving from other parts of the region. Warming temperatures will continue to improve any trouble areas in the region as the day progresses.

The hours for essential campus services for Monday are as follows:

Dining Options

Christian Cafeteria will be open from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

The food court, C-Stores, 1907 Bread Company, and Starbucks will have a delayed opening at 10 a.m. Twisted Taco will operate with normal hours.

Other dining options or concepts may also be available. Check the UCA Campus Dining Instagram account @UCADining for the most updated information.

Other Services

The HPER Center will be open at 12 p.m. and then continue with normal hours.

Torreyson Library will open at 12 p.m. and then continue with normal hours.

The Ronnie Williams Student Center will be open at 10 a.m. and then continue with normal hours.

The Student Health Center will be available for telehealth appointments only before noon, and then continue with normal hours.

For all our UCA family, please pay close attention this morning to your email and to our other social media alerts. If anything in the above schedule changes, we will alert you as soon as possible. We appreciate all of your patience as we work through this latest series of winter weather events.