During the spring and summer months, severe thunderstorm, tornado, or other severe weather warnings are more prominent. The public safety department and the buildings & grounds department (recognized by red shirts) will implement an emergency procedure to warn employees, students, and guests. When a designated staff member appears with warning information, listen carefully, and follow the emergency instructions that are given.
When a decision is made to cancel classes due to snow or severe weather, a public announcement will be communicated in the following manner:
WYSZ (89.3 FM), WCWA (1230 AM), WSPD (1370 AM), WRVF (101.5 FM), WVKS (92.5 FM), WIOT (104.7 FM), WWWM (105.5 FM), WRQN (93.5 FM), WXKR (94.5 FM), WTOD (1560 AM), WLQR (1470 AM), WJUC (107.3 FM), WPOS (102.3 FM), WKKO (99.9 FM), WRWK (106.7 FM).
WIMJ (107.7 FM), WFIN (1330 AM), WBVI (96.7 FM), WDIF (94.3 FM), WFOB (1430 AM), WKXA (100.5 FM), WQTL (106.3 FM), WCKY (103.7 FM), WMRN (1490 AM), WMRN (107 FM), WTTF (1600 AM), WYNT (95.9 FM).
WTVG TV-13, WTOL TV-11, WNWO TV-24, WLIO TV-35.
Notices will be sent via the Colleges official social media channels.
Students and employees can receive convenient messages by text and voice by registering up to six phone numbers and up to two e-mail addresses in Ozone via the automated campus alert system.
When feasible, decisions for closing the college will be made prior to six a.m. for day classes and before three forty-five p.m. for evening classes.
Announcements will apply to both credit and non-credit classes and to all other scheduled events on the campus.