MavWire Extra

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

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

UT Arlington closes Wednesday, February 9, for winter weather conditions

The University of Texas at Arlington and the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center will be closed Wednesday, February 9, 2011, due to icy road conditions and forecasts for additional freezing precipitation.

All classes, events and activities scheduled today are canceled.

The Connection Café in the E.H. Hereford University Center will remain open to serve campus residents.

The 7 p.m. men's basketball game vs. Sam Houston State University, however, will be played as scheduled at Texas Hall. Admission is free.

Please continue to monitor University e-mail and the UT Arlington website for the latest information. Notices also will be distributed to area media outlets and distributed through Facebook and Twitter.

Additionally, the University's Emergency Information Hotline at 1-866-258-4913 always has the current status of all operations.



Editors: Jim Patterson, Teresa Newton

Executive Director for University Publications: Mark Permenter

Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing: David Johnson

Vice President for Communications: Jerry Lewis

Published by University Communications. Photography, video, design, and online services provided by the Department of Communications and Marketing.

© 2011 The University of Texas at Arlington


MavWire is published on Mondays and Thursdays (except for holidays) during the fall and spring semesters and on Thursdays during the summer. To submit items for possible inclusion in MavWire, email Items must be received three working days before distribution. Inclusion of events and activities in MavWire does not necessarily constitute an endorsement by the University. Read the MavWire Guidelines.

MavWire welcomes any non-employees of UT Arlington who would like to subscribe.

The University of Texas at Arlington

UT Arlington News Center UT Arlington Magazine Research Magazine Maverick Calendar MavWire Archives


Mavericks Go Green