Tornado warning is still active until 6:45 pm. Remain in shelter until further notice. Campus safety!
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Tornado warning. Seek shelter!
The all clear has been issued for the Tornado warning. You may come out of sheltering in place. CU Campus Security
The tornado warning has been extended to 4:30 pm. Continue to shelter in place. Thank you! CU Campus Security!
This is an update to the Tornado Warning for our area. The warning is still in place until at least 4:15 pm. Stay tuned for more information. Remain in our shelter locations. CU Campus Security!
A tornado warning has been issued for our area! Take shelter immediately and remain there until further notice. Stay away from doors and windows, go to the lowest location in the building that you are located in. Go to innermost rooms and corridors. This is a message from CU Campus... View Article
Due to the weather conditions, the campus will be closed Friday, February 4th. This means there will be no classes scheduled and faculty/staff will remain home. Due to the weather conditions, university-owned fleet vehicles are temporarily restricted from use. You may contact the on-duty Campus Security Officer for an update.... View Article
Due to the weather conditions, the campus will be closed Thursday, February 3rd. This means there will be no classes scheduled and faculty/staff will remain home. Due to the weather conditions, university-owned fleet vehicles are temporarily restricted from use. If conditions change, the restrictions may be lifted. You may contact... View Article
This is a TEST of the Emergency Notification System for Cedarville University. If this were an actual emergency situation you would be provided with further details and instructions. Once again, this is only a test! For your information we have attached a copy of our Emergency Evacuation Procedures to this... View Article
The Tornado Warning has been cancelled for Greene County at this time. There will still be severe thunderstorms over the next 30 minutes or more, so remaining inside and a secure place is advisable. Update message from CU Campus Safety and Security.