Armstrong State University's main campus in Savannah and the Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville will close at 5 p.m. Thursday, according to ASU media relations.
The closure is based on the latest projection on Hurricane Irma by the National Hurricane Center.Delete-Merge Up
Here's the release.
Based on the National Hurricane Center’s latest projection for Hurricane Irma, Armstrong State University’s main campus in Savannah and the Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville will close on Thursday, September 7 at 5 p.m.
Residence halls will close on Friday, September 8 at 9 a.m. All residential students must leave campus as a precaution due to the storm. The university will have transportation available to take residential students to a safe location.
Classes will be canceled and campus will be closed Friday, September 8 through Tuesday, September 12. All events on campus will be canceled through Tuesday, September 12.
At this time, it is unclear when classes will resume, residence halls will re-open and normal business operations will commence. University officials will continue to monitor developments with Hurricane Irma and will issue further updates as needed.
The safety of students, faculty and staff is the top priority at Armstrong. Additional information is available at Armstrong.edu/emergency or by calling Armstrong’s Emergency Hotline at 912.344.2500.