3 p.m. Update:
Forecasts call for improved weather conditions Wednesday. The University of Houston will be open, and classes and business operations will resume their normal schedules.
12 a.m. Update
As a result of inclement weather and icy roads, the University of Houston (main campus) has canceled classes for today, Tuesday (Jan. 28). University buildings remain open, but only essential personnel should report for work. Please check in with your supervisor.
University personnel are adding sand and salt to the roads and pathways to the University to create a safe environment for those in the campus area. However, employees driving to campus should exercise extreme caution. Updates can be viewed at www.uh.edu/emergency.
The University of Houston Emergency Operations Center is your single resource for up-to-the-minute information about campus emergency incidents including school closures or announcements about unfavorable weather conditions around our area.
To ensure you receive emergency email notifications and text messages, please verify your information in the myUH system (faculty/staff instructions | student instructions). Parents, contractors, and the general public can also join our mailing list to receive notifications.
The M.D. Anderson Library is OPEN (Music Library closed).
The Health Center is OPEN (with limited staff) until 4 p.m.
University Center is OPEN. The Bookstore will close at 2 p.m.
Recreation and Wellness Center is OPEN until 8 p.m.
The University Eye Institute clinics at the College of Optometry are OPEN.
The Children's Learning Center is CLOSED.
The Religion Center is CLOSED.
The UC Satellite is CLOSED.