This is a TEST of the Emergency Notification system at Cedarville Univ. In the event of a real emergency, further details and instructions would be included with follow-up messages. Please read the attached link to view our “Evacuation Procedures” for your information. This is a message from Cedarville Univ.... View Article
Normal Operating Conditions
Over night our area experienced freezing rain. The campus roadways, parking lots and sidewalks have been treated as well as public roads. There will be slick spots. Use caution when driving and walking. The temperature is slowly rising above freezing as we approach sunrise. CU Campus Safety
The tornado alert is now clear. You may leave your shelter locations. We are working on the power situation at this time. Campus Safety
The Tornado alert is still in effect. Continue to remain in your shelter locations. The power for most of the campus is also down for the moment with no estimated time that it will be restored. Further updates will be forthcoming. Campus Safety!
Continue to remain in your shelter locations and do not go outside. A funnel cloud was observed by route 68 and yellowsprings. The tornado warning is still in effect. Campus Safety
Seek shelter immediately. A tornado warning has been issued for our area until 5:15 pm. Stay tune for updates. Campus Safety
This is a message from Cedarville University. Due to the current weather conditions, the university will have a 2 hour delay. The day will begin with Chapel at 10:00 am.
Network service has been restored.
We are experiencing an outage with part of the campus network, affecting many services including the main Cedarville web server. Technicians are working to resolve this as soon as possible.
The tornado warning for Greene County has been officially cancelled at this time! You may now leave your shelter locations if you choose. This is a message from Campus Safety!