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Disclaimer: This is the temporary emergency communication website operated by the University of North Carolina Wilmington. As part of UNC Wilmington's preparation for and response to Hurricane Florence, standard UNCW webpages will be unavailable. In addition to this site, the university will use text alerts, social media, local media and email as the primary methods of communication with UNCW students, faculty and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience. You may access campus email by copying and pasting this address into your browser: https://outlook.office.com/owa/. For information about the UNCW Campus Emergency Relief Fund, a secure online site, please copy and paste this address into your browser: https://giving.uncw.edu/emergencyrelief
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UNCW Emergency and Safety Updates
(Please note that this site will be updated whenever there is a new email or text alert message sent to students and employees, most likely pertaining to when campus will reopen. It is not intended as a real-time source of information regarding the storm's progress or impact. Please consult the emergency resource websites listed below for updates about the storm and its aftermath.)
monday, september 17, 2018
12:25 p.m. --- Campus to remain closed through Sept. 21
Dear Campus Community:
Thank you for your patience as a very small but dedicated team of employees continues to assess campus damage. The university will be closed through Friday, September 21. This does not mean we will reopen on Monday, September 24. It simply means we can confirm at this point that we will not reopen this week. As we have said in previous messaging, we will provide a minimum of 72 hours' notice before we reopen.
State and local authorities continue to say people should not try to return to Wilmington from outside our area, nor should they be traveling on local roads if they are still in our area. Please heed all guidance from these authorities; it may be difficult to envision current conditions if you are not in the area, but local media can provide a glimpse of both the hurdles we are facing as a community and the progress being made.
Remember that rumors of campus or city damage, open or closed roadways, or our reopening should not be considered fact. We can stand behind only the messaging sent via campus email or posted on the university's Facebook feed or on this temporary homepage. We are not yet in a position to respond to individual questions about campus status or the potential impact on our academic calendar.
We have made substantial progress in evaluating campus and in developing a plan for what's next. Please note that most of the Wilmington area remains without electricity or cell service, but we will continue to do our best to provide real-time updates.
Again, thank you for your patience. We are all in this together, and we will come through this with the same Seahawk spirit we have always had, in good times and bad.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2018
1:20 p.m. --- Campus Remains Closed; Student Support Website Launched
Thank you for your ongoing concern about our campus and the students and employees who remain in the Wilmington area. Given the rain and wind conditions that persist, we are still unable to fully assess damage to our campus. We are not yet in a position to confirm or respond to questions, rumors or posts about damage; we will share updates when we can, but we remain focused on the safety and security of our campus and the employees tasked with carrying out the damage assessment in very trying conditions. To reiterate what has been conveyed by state and local authorities: Do not try to return to Wilmington until they have confirmed it is safe to do so. We appreciate the instinct to come back to try to help, which is the Seahawk way, but please defer to authorities and the professionals and first responders who are already facing incredible hurdles. For those asking how they can help: Countless UNCW students have been, and will continue to be, personally affected by the storm. A secure online site has been launched for those who wish to support the UNCW Campus Emergency Relief Fund, which will provide assistance to students in need. Thank you for your continued patience as we try to keep you posted in the midst of the power outage and cell signal issues. We expect to post another update this evening.
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saturday, september 15, 2018
9:30 a.m. --- ALERT: UNCW Committing to Give Students and Employees a Minimum of 72 hours' Notice Regarding Campus Reopoening
Seahawks, we are committing to give students and employees *a minimum of 72 hours' notice* regarding campus reopening and classes resuming. It is still too early to confirm a date as we won't be able to fully assess damage for another few days. We do not yet have any information on the closure's impact on the academic calendar or December commencement (if any). The very second we do, we will share it (it will not be until mid-next week or so). Very few people in Wilmington have Wifi/web access right now (in fact, we aren't even sure this will post), and we don't believe anyone in the county has electricity, so please bear with us as we try to keep you informed while tending to our own situations. Thank you for your patience. You are all on our minds.
Friday, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
1:02 p.m. --- ALERT: UNCW Campus To Remain Closed Until Further Notice; Date Expected to Be Announced After Weekendoliv Grub��s 47 STALKING Grub��s STALKING Gummistiefel xdgTtWwSeahawks and Seahawk families: We hope you have fared well so far. The storm is still beating us up here in Wilmington, so it is far too soon to assess damage to campus or to determine when we can return. For now, campus remains closed until further notice. We will give students and employees as much notice as possible before we reopen, taking into account travel challenges and other factors. We know you'd prefer to know an exact date, but it's just too early. We hope to be able to assess campus impacts this weekend and early next week; there likely won't be a date announced until then. We will continue to do the best we can to keep you all informed. Thank you for your patience and concern for your fellow Seahawks and our beloved home.
8:35 p.m. --- ALERT: UNCW Campus To Close at 5 p.m. on Tues., Sept. 11
Dear Faculty & Staff:
Based on ongoing updates from the National Weather Service and other authorities, the UNCW campus will close at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Employees should consult with their supervisors regarding their plan of action, and should not remain on, or report to, campus after 5 p.m. tomorrow unless specifically requested to do so. We continue to work closely with the UNC System regarding the adverse weather condition that will be in effect in the coming days. As soon as we receive an update on which condition applies, we will send a notification via email. Thank you for your ongoing attention in the lead-up to this weather event.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
2:25 p.m. --- ALERT: Mandatory Campus Evacuation Issued for All Students; Chancellor Declares State of Emergency
Dear Campus Community:
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Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli has declared a state of emergency for the UNCW campus. Please read the below information carefully and share it with any friends/family members who may be wondering how the university is preparing for this event. Please also be sure to review the emergency resources available below.
UNCW Emergency and Safety Information for Students, Faculty & Staff
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Emergency Information / Communications
Stiefeletten Spitze Ankle Stiefel Blockabsatz High Damen mit und Schn��rung Klassischer Heels Boots AIYOUMEI The university will continue monitoring the situation in close collaboration with the National Weather Service and state and local agencies, and will share updates as warranted. When any new information becomes available and authorities are confident in its accuracy, it will be shared with the university community via the channels below.
It is imperative that students and employees continue to monitor their UNCW inboxes, the UNCW homepage, the dchen Regenstiefel en Festival Damen EU36 Side Schnee Wellington Walking Wandern Schuhe Wasserdichte Gr Gummistiefel M Mode Gummi Hohe Reise Gray Damen Rutschfeste Schlamm Rw5q5A70fUNCW Alert site and social media feeds (Facebook and Twitter), as well as local weather reports. The weather hotline (888.657.5751) has been activated, but please remember the hotline features only information that has already been disseminated via these other channels; it is in operation for those who may not have internet service for access to the homepage, etc. The hotline may experience outages during the storm.
Please also be advised that the UNCW website may not be fully functional in the event of a catastrophic weather event; in that case, text alerts, social media, and email will be the primary methods of communication. Student phone numbers are automatically registered to receive UNCW Alert emergency notifications by voice and text message. Faculty and staff registered who registered for the service by 11 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10 will receive UNCW Alert emergency text messages and voicemails.
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- The Office of University Relations
(Please note: Links below may not be fully functional if they refer to sources on standard UNCW webpages.)
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