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.
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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!
The tornado warning is still in effect to at least 9:30 pm. Remain in shelter locations! A message from Campus Safety!
Remain in shelter – numerous sightings around the 35 by-pass have been observed! Campus Safety
The tornado warning is still in effect until at least to 8:45 pm. Remain in your shelter locations. A sighting of a funnel cloud has been observed moving 15 miles an hour near the Xenia airport. REMAIN IN SHELTER. This is a message from campus safety.
Seek shelter immediately. A tornado warning for Greene County has just been called. Go to the lowest level of the building you are in and seek the inner most corridors, bathrooms etc. Stay way from doors or windows. This is a tornado warning and will be in affect til further... View Article
The power has been restored to campus. Please let us know if you experience any further problems. Thank you! This is a message from campus safety.
Dayton Power and Electric has informed the campus and effected areas of the village community that they plan on dropping the power at 2:00 pm. It will be down for approximately 1:30 hours. They experienced difficulty with their equipment which delayed their ability to shut off the power and render... View Article
DPL has notified the campus that they will need to shut all power down at the university ASAP to render emergency repairs to a power line. It should be down for approximately 1 hour. This is a message from Cedarville University, Campus Safety.
The power has now been restored on campus. If you note any further problems please contact Campus Safety. Your ID card will now work at your resident hall. This is a message from Cedarville University.