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Weather Advisory

Past Weather Advisories

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Due to Hurricane Maria, the Puerto Rico Regional Campus remains closed until further notice. The Colleges of Pharmacy and Education are evaluating curricula updates. Students affected by the hurricane do not need to be concerned about missing coursework; plans will be made to accommodate the extraordinary circumstances.

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Nova Southeastern University's Puerto Rico Regional Campus will remain closed until further notice. Much of Puerto Rico is without power or cellular service, and all students, faculty and staff members in Puerto Rico should put their personal safety first. When possible, the College of Education and the College of Pharmacy will communicate directly with faculty and students about plans for the remainder of the fall 2017 semester.

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Nova Southeastern University continues to closely monitor Hurricane Maria. Maria is a very dangerous storm, and much of Puerto Rico is without power or cellular service. All students, faculty and staff members in Puerto Rico should be fully prepared and sheltered in place at this time. The Puerto Rico Regional Campus will remain closed until further notice. After the storm, when safe, students should check with their professors regarding make-up classes. Check back daily for updates about the campus.

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Nova Southeastern University continues to closely monitor Hurricane Maria. Maria is a very dangerous Category 5 storm, and all students, faculty and staff members in Puerto Rico should be fully prepared and sheltered in place at this time. The Puerto Rico Regional Campus will remain closed until further notice. After the storm, when safe, students should check with their professors regarding make-up classes.

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Nova Southeastern University’s Puerto Rico Regional Campus will close at noon today, Monday September 18, 2017, until further notice, due to Hurricane Maria. Students should check with their professors regarding make-up classes. The university is closely monitoring Hurricane Maria and will regularly update this website.

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