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It is a rare occurrence for the university to close due to weather conditions. However, during times of adverse weather conditions or other emergencies, it is your responsibility to listen for emergency broadcast announcements.
In the event of a reported emergency closing of the university, all essential employees are to report to work as scheduled. Employees have been notified of their status in accordance with union contracts or by their supervisor based on institutional priority.
In the event of severe weather or other types of emergencies, area radio stations will announce one of three conditions for Stockton.
COMPLETE SHUT-DOWN OF THE INSTITUTION:
1 - The Governor may order the closing of all state facilities, or the President may order the shutdown of Stockton university. Essential employees have to report to work.
CANCELLATION OF CLASSES:
2 - Interim President Kesselman may order the cancellation of classes for the day. In this situation the institution remains open because of the large number of students living on campus. Employees may still be required to report to work
3 - Interim President Kesselman may order a delayed opening. In this situation the late opening time will coincide with the beginning of a class module. Students will report to the class that ordinarily convenes at that time. Employees are to report to work at the time of the opening.
The radio stations listed below will carry Stockton's announcements. Stockton has been assigned School Number 2913 and will be referred to by this number (not by name) on Philadelphia station KYW AM). All other stations will refer to Stockton by name.
|KYW 1060AM - Philadelphia (listen for school #2913)
||WBBO 98.5FM - Manahawkin
|WGYM 1580AM - Atlantic City
||WMGM 103.7FM - Atlantic City
|WOND 1400AM - Atlantic City
||WTKU 98.3FM - Atlantic City
|WUSS 1490AM - Atlantic City
|CBS 3 - Philadelphia
||ABC 6 - Philadelphia
|NBC 10 - Philadelphia
Information may also be obtained from: Stockton University Web Page
and/or Stockton University Automated Telephone System
– (609) 652-1776