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For the Faculty and Staff of The University of Texas at Arlington

Monday, February 22, 2010

University Monitoring Weather Conditions

The University will be closely monitoring the current forecast of wintry weather over the next 48 hours and will notify all students, faculty, and staff should local conditions deteriorate and affect the status of the University (including classes, programs, events, and activities).

Please continue to monitor your e-mail for MavWire EXTRA notices that will provide the latest information. Notices will also be posted on the University's home page and will be distributed to local media outlets. Additionally, the University's Emergency Information Hotline at 1-866-258-4913 always has the current status of all operations.

Please note that additional communications will be forthcoming only as changing weather conditions may mandate. Otherwise, all operations will be considered to be on normal schedules.

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