NSU Hotline

800-256-5065

NSU Weather Advisories

Keyboard with emergency key

Subscribe to the NSU Weather Advisories RSS Feed

Weather Conditions

Weather Map

For current weather information and advisories for NSU's four campuses, please visit AccuWeather.

Weather Advisory

Weather Advisories

Weather Update 8/26/16, 10:20 PM

DESCRIPTION:

According to the National Weather Service in Miami, Low Pressure System labeled 99L is currently over the Central Bahamas and is very disorganized with a minimal chance of becoming a Tropical Cyclone before passing through or around Florida. South Florida will have an increased chance of rain this weekend, with the possibility of between 3 to 5 inches, and gusts of wind that could range from 40 to 50MPH. This is typical South Florida Weather patterns where we might experience localized flooding. NSU officials are taking precautionary measure to ensure the safety of all students, faculty and staff members and we encourage you to make appropriate preparations for your home.

Emergency Storm Information Center 8/24/16, 10:20 PM

DESCRIPTION:

NSU Alert: NSU's Puerto Rico Regional Campus will resume normal operations at 8:00 a.m. local time on Thursday, August 25. All other NSU locations are operating normally. For additional updates please visit www.nova.edu/emergency or call the NSU Emergency Hotline at 800-256-5065.

Past Weather Advisories

STAY INFORMED

For the latest information on campus closures, please call the NSU Emergency Hotline at 800-256-5065 or visit: www.nova.edu/hurricane.

NSU's website and hotline will contain information on campus closings, event cancellations and re-openings. We recommend storing the hotline number in your cell phone so it is on-hand when you need it. New information is updated on the hotline and posted on the website as frequently as warranted. Information may also be distributed via email and/or via text messages. In addition, local television, radio and newspapers will be used to reach those do not have access to a telephone or to the Internet.

We also encourage you to review other resources available to you by visiting www.nova.edu/hurricane.

At NSU our first priority is the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors to our campuses. To that end, the university monitors severe weather patterns and storms that may potentially affect our campuses and sites and we have taken a multi-channel approach to keep everyone informed before, during, and after severe weather or a hurricane.