10/9/18, 9:47 a.m.
HURRICANE MICHAEL UPDATE:
As previously stated, anyone who anticipates hazardous driving conditions from their location should use their best judgement about traveling to campus. Safety is our number one priority. Students who are unable to make it to the College should communicate with professors.
The latest predictions from the National Weather Service still show landfall 190 miles east of Mobile. Please know we continue to closely monitor the weather conditions. At this time, it does not seem that we will need to close the College with what the National Weather Service is predicting for our area.
STAY TUNED to our social media accounts for information as we receive updates from the National Weather Service. Students, faculty and staff should also check for email updates and RAVE alerts from Public Safety.
At this time, Spring Hill College is expected to be under normal operations tomorrow, Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10.
However, given the Watches and Warnings posted in Mobile and Baldwin counties as well as the evacuation notices posted in areas of Florida, anyone who anticipates hazardous driving conditions from their location should use their best judgement about traveling to campus. Your safety is our number one priority. Students, if you are unable to make it to the College due to storm conditions, please communicate with your professors. Staff and faculty should communicate with their supervisor.
Officials are closely monitoring the weather conditions. Be sure to pay attention to messages from the College and from local authorities, visit www.SHC.edu and monitor SHC social media for updates which will become more specific if necessary.