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Campus Alerts
Campus Wide Emergencies and Closures
  DATE CAMPUS ALERTS
Media Folder: 
Spring 2017

Please be advised, due to renovations within the Classrooms and Library building (SJ1), the Notre Dame Chapel entrance (formally known as Siegfried Hall Entrance) will be temporarily closed for the Spring 2017 term.

 

The Funcken Cafe will be the primary entrance to be used for accessible entryway into the Classrooms and Library Building.

Media Folder: 
May 8, 2017 - May 14, 2017

Please be advised the main entrance of the Classrooms and Library building (SJ1) will be temporarily closed for the duration of the week.

The main entry way will be re-opened on May 15, 2017.

 

During this closure, please utilize the Library or Funcken Café entrances into the Classroom and Library Building. The Funcken Café will be the primary entrance to be used for accessible entryway into the building.  

 

Please direct any questions or concerns to justin.black@uwaterloo.ca

Class Cancellations
DATE CLASS CANCELLATIONS
June 22, 2017 Please be advised that the following class has been CANCELLED by Professor Sara Humphreys (June 22, 2017): ENGL 119 (LEC 001) from 11:30 AM-12:20 PM in SJ1 room 2011 and ENGL 119 (LEC 002) from 2:30 -3:50 PM in SJ1 room 2011.

 

Closure Guidelines
Inclimate Weather

St. Jerome's University is aligned with the Weather Closing Guidelines of the University of Waterloo. 

In the unfortunate event that the University has been officially closed due to severe weather conditions, the local media [radio stations: CKGL (570 AM), KFUN (99.5 FM), CHYM (96.7 FM), and KOOL-FM (105.3 FM)] will be contacted. Students, staff, and faculty can tune in or check both of the university's social media accounts for closure notices by 7 a.m.

 

Cancellation of Classes

If an instructor must cancel a class for any reason notice will also be posted above, and also on the front doors of the academic buildings and classrooms.