MU to Resume Regular Operations Friday

Jan. 11, 2018

University of Missouri officials announced that the university will resume regular operations beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday, Jan. 12. Officials warn faculty, students, staff and visitors to use caution while moving on campus as slick spots remain. Anyone driving to campus should plan ahead, leave early and allow plenty of time for travel.

Currently, roads and sidewalks have been treated, but slick spots remain.

“The campus is passable, but pedestrians and drivers should proceed cautiously on all pavements,” said Gary Ward, vice chancellor of operations.


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