Severe Weather Updates
Hurricane Dorian 2019
Spring Hill College administration is aware of and actively monitoring Hurricane Dorian off the east coast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. At this time, the National Weather Service has not issued any watches or warnings for our area.
Stay tuned for updates as we know things can change with these storms. We pray for those in Dorian’s immediate path. Students, faculty and staff should also check for email updates and RAVE alerts from Public Safety.
Information to help keep students, faculty, staff and parents informed
The Spring Hill College Administration actively monitors tropical storms and all developing weather systems throughout the annual hurricane season (officially June 1 to November 30) as well as when other weather situations warrant.
The College continually shares important information when severe weather threatens the area including:
- Social media posts from the Spring Hill College accounts and authorized emails with relevant updates and information are shared on a continuing basis during weather emergencies that are deemed a threat to the area.
- In the event that the College needs to close because of a weather threat, all members of the college community will be notified in advance.
- This information will be sent to the campus community through the College’s RaveAlert Emergency Notification System as well as through campus emails and social media. Information will also be available by dialing the College’s Emergency Information Line at 251-380-4444
- In the event that a storm impacts our area, once it passes, students, faculty and staff will be advised of the date that the campus will reopen. In the event of campus closure, the college will reopen at the earliest, safest time.