Physical access to Morgan’s campus closed Monday due to inclement weather

Virtual learning and remote instruction will continue as planned for all classes, university announcement says.



Snowfall outside of the Morgan View apartment complex.

Aziah Siid, Campus News Editor

Due to current inclement and forecasted weather conditions, physical access to Morgan State University’s campus will be closed on Monday, Feb. 1, according to a university announcement. All students scheduled for an instructional day will meet remotely, and all online classes will continue as planned.

Teleworkers are expected to prepare to work from home and essential employees must report as directed by their supervisors.

Although the university aims to welcome nearly 1,000 students and approximately 43 instructors on campus for the spring, virtual learning will kick start the first day of the spring semester.

The Baltimore area is forecasted to have 3-5 inches of snow by Sunday night and an additional 2-6 inches of snow Monday into Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. A winter storm warning remains in effect until 6a.m on Tuesday.

Coppin State University and John Hopkins University have also cancelled in-person classes and activities on Monday.