WSU moves to remote operations Tuesday, Jan. 16; critical campus functions remain open

In response to expected inclement weather, Wichita State University will move to remote operations Tuesday, Jan. 16. Critical campus operations will remain open, and employees who support these operations are expected to report to campus. All other employees should work remotely when possible. Classes will be moved to remote delivery.

At this time, classes and university operations are expected to resume Wednesday, Jan. 17 as scheduled.

Students with questions can reach out to their instructors, and employees can reach out to their supervisors.

Critical campus operations that will remain open include student housing, dining options (which may reduce business hours as needed), campus police, facilities services, research laboratories (at faculty discretion), student wellness (which may reduce business hours as needed) and operations otherwise designated by the president, athletic director or any vice president.

Employees can refer to the timekeeping website for more information on time reporting, pay and leave.

See university inclement weather guidelines for general information.

Additional updates will be shared as it becomes available. Thank you for your cooperation as we work together to ensure the safety of our campus community.