Coral Gables and RSMAS campuses closed through Monday; some services to open tomorrow. Medical School clinical locations open all day tomorrow.
Coral Gables (August 26, 2012) —
(7:00 p.m. Update) Classes, events, and most operations on the University of Miami’s Coral Gables and Rosenstiel campuses remain closed through Monday. Plans are to resume all normal operations on Tuesday. The Coral Gables campus closure includes the Gables One Tower, with the exception of clinical staff and operations serving the medical campus.
Due to weather conditions improving sooner than anticipated, some limited services will open tomorrow for students on the Coral Gables campus:
Wellness Center: 12 p.m.-12 a.m.
University Center (UC Pool and Bookstore will be closed): 12 p.m.-11 p.m.
Student Health Center: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Breakfast Continental: 8-10 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30-9 p.m.
Starbucks: 9 a.m.-closing
Convenience Stores (UV and UC): 9 a.m. until closing
University Libraries (including Law Library): 12-10 p.m.
All clinical locations of the University of Miami Health System— including University of Miami Hospital, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, UMHC-Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and all satellite clinics—will be open for appointments all day Monday, including Monday morning. This updates earlier information. This includes any procedures and clinical appointments at the University of Miami Hospital. Classes for first- and second- year Miller School students have been cancelled on Monday. All non-clinical research and administrative staff should not report to work tomorrow. The UM Canterbury Preschool on the medical campus will be open.
Members of the University community are urged to monitor the UM homepage, the Emergency Preparedness website, the Emergency Information Hotline at 1-800-227-0354, and local media for updates concerning University activities and operations that could potentially be impacted by the storm.
People should not return to campus until the all-clear has been issued for their campus.
The University Crisis Decision Teams continue to assess the situation on the campuses and another Storm Alert will be issued tomorrow at 9 a.m.
The following are some action guidelines for after the storm:
- Students and employees should contact family members by any available means and advise them you are okay.
- Employees are encouraged to check in with their supervisor or designee to inform him/her your status and where you can be reached.
- Remain inside until local or University Officials say it’s safe to leave. If you must go outside, be cautious of fallen objects and downed electric wires.
- Await further instructions from University Officials
- Check for updates at www.miami.edu/prepare or 1-800-227-0354
Emergency Information Hotline is 1-800-227-0354
Faculty, staff, and students are asked to regularly monitor officialcommunications issued by the University. The latest information is posted on the UM homepage and the Emergency Preparedness Web site at www.miami.edu/prepare. Information is also available at the University’s Emergency Information Hotline at 1-800-227-0354. Emails will be sent in the form of dated Storm Alert advisories.
All members of the UM community should take steps to ensure that the University can communicate with you in case a storm or some other emergency threatens our area. Make sure the University has your current contact information by verifying your profile (Personal, Address and Emergency/Evacuation Information) on myUM. When a situation warrants, mass text and voice messages and emails containing emergency information will be sent.
After a storm: Students, faculty, or staff who are forced to evacuate or temporarily relocate to another area should notify the University of their new location and contact information by going to https://recover.miami.edu.
Campus Safety Phone Numbers
Life-Threatening Emergency at Any Campus: 911
Coral Gables Campus
UM Police Department: 305-284-6666
Miller School Campus
Security Department: 305-243-6000
Rosenstiel School Campus
Campus Safety: 305-421-4766 or 305-710-7991
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