UTSA alters campus operations due to freezing weather | UTSA today | UTSA


FEBRUARY 2, 2022 — With a very strong cold front bringing freezing temperatures, strong gusty winds, and the potential for ice buildup to the region, all UTSA courses, including in-person instruction, will transition to remote online learning. Thursday. This includes labs and other in-person programs. There will be no in-person day or evening classes on Thursdays.

For students living on campus, restaurants will remain open. Additionally, the Recreational Wellness Center, Student Union, UTSA Libraries and Wellness 360 will be open beginning at 10 a.m.

Campus shuttles will not operate on Thursdays.

Employees performing essential professional functions must report to work on campus according to their regular hours. All other employees will transition to remote operations. Contact your supervisor if you have any questions.

The Livingston Labs site on the main campus will not be open for COVID testing. Its Sonterra location will remain open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Thursday. Extremely cold temperatures and single-digit wind chills are expected Thursday through Saturday morning.

UTSA will continue to monitor conditions and provide additional information on campus operations and classes as needed.

Updates will be posted on UTSA today and on the official social networks of the university on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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