Clemson University’s main campus will be on normal class and operation schedules tomorrow (Sept. 12).
Employees and students in university facilities and classes outside of Pickens County should pay attention to local media reports and follow closing/delay schedules for county government offices in their county.
Employees should not enter leave requests until after the weather event and further guidance from the Office of Human Resources. Questions can be directed to (Ask-HR/864-656-2000).
Continue to be alert
As the storm passes, experts predict improved conditions, however please be aware of increased wind gusts through 8 p.m.
Clemson public safety officials warn that severe weather, including flash flooding and tornadoes, may still be possible in the area.
Stay alert to threatening weather and be prepared to take cover. If a tornado warning is issued, Clemson will send CU Safe Alert text and email messages and sound the campus warning sirens.
Officials issue a tornado watch when conditions are right for tornadoes to form. Tornado warnings are issued when a tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar.