This is a message from Cedarville University Campus Safety. The power outage is currently being addressed. A bird struck our main power line coming to the campus causing it to short circuit resulting in damage to the system. New parts are being transported to campus for repair. The best prediction... View Article
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The tornado warning has now ended. The storm has moved out of our area. This is a message from Cedarville University, Campus Safety.
We still have a tornado warning in effect for our Cedarville area until at least 12:30 am. Continue to remain in shelter locations. A message from Cedarville University, Campus Safety.
Latest reports for Cedarville area: Tornado to the west could arrive in our area a 11:39 pm along with Severe Hail and Dangerous Thunderstorm. Remain in shelters until further notice. This is a message from Campus Safety at Cedarville University.
A tornado was seen in Montgomery county. Greene County is also in a Tornado Warning situation. Seek shelter immediately. We will advise further as the situation develops. This is a message from Cedarville University Campus Safety!
This is a message from Cedarville University. Due to the weather and our power outage, the university is on a two-hour delay on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. The school will begin at 10 am with chapel. This is a message from Cedarville University.
Cedarville University offices are closed and all classes are cancelled on Wednesday, January 30, due to the frigid wind chills in our region. However, the National Town Hall on the Opioid Crisis, hosted by ABC6-Columbus, will proceed as scheduled in the Dixon Ministry Center from 7-8 p.m.
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
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