Remote Learning & Remote Work Encouraged Today
(February 22, 2023; 6:30 a.m.) Travel to BYU today may be hazardous. As a result, faculty and supervisors are encouraged to make arrangements for remote learning and remote work where feasible. If a remote option is not feasible, faculty may opt to cancel class today (February 22, 2023).
Some employees may still be required to report for in-person work; please check with your supervisor for information specific to your campus unit.
While campus remains open, many on-campus services may be limited.
BYU’s snow removal crews have been working diligently through the night in an effort to keep campus walkways and parking lots clear. Please use caution and exercise your best judgment in traveling safely to, from and around campus.
February 21, 2023 BYU’s Incident Management Team is closely monitoring the storm projected to roll in tonight through tomorrow morning. While we are planning for campus to remain open tomorrow, the situation remains active. We urge students and employees to use caution and exercise their best judgment in traveling safely to, from and around campus.
Supervisors and faculty are encouraged to make appropriate decisions for their respective areas regarding remote work and classroom instruction.
If there are any changes to this situation, additional information will be made available by 6:30 a.m. and will be shared on byu.edu, BYU’s twitter account, and through email.