Academics

Inclement Weather Policy

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
MAP classes are rarely cancelled due to weather conditions.  
MAP classes are rarely cancelled due to weather conditions. In the event of a heavy overnight snow, please refer to major local TV and radio stations for Marian University closing information. If the university is closed, MAP personnel will not be in the office and MAP classes will also be cancelled. If snowfall should begin during the day, the decision to run or cancel evening MAP classes is made at 3 p.m. We will make every attempt to call all MAP students to advise them of class cancellation. You can find the applicable make-up date posted on the MAP calendar on the back of the MAP schedule of classes. In addition, Marian University has implemented a broadcast voicemail and text messaging system to notify all students of inclement weather conditions that may affect classes. Check with your advisor to be certain you have provided MAP with your cell phone number so that you can receive these updates.

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