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Emory University Delayed Opening Dec. 11 Due to Inclement Weather

Emory University, including the Oxford College campus, will delay opening until 10 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 11, due to a forecast of inclement weather.

The National Weather Service has issued a special weather statement that there is a risk of black ice developing tonight into early Tuesday resulting from a combination of wet roadways and freezing temperatures. Areas most likely to be affected are untreated and secondary roadways, bridges, overpasses and sidewalks.

This delayed opening applies only to the university. Emory Healthcare employees should refer to the EHC intranet and emails from Emory Healthcare for information on operations and procedures. For shuttle service updates, go to

For updates, call Emory's weather information line at 404-727-1234, and watch for All-Emory email advisories. Updates may also be found on the official Emory University Facebook page or @emoryuniversity Twitter feed.
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