ATU-Ozark Campus will be open Wednesday, May 29

UPDATE 4:30pm May 28, 2019
Arkansas Tech University is working with local emergency management officials to monitor the flooding situation in the Arkansas River Valley closely. Current information does not indicate there will be a direct impact on the ATU campuses in Russellville or Ozark, but it is understood that the flooding may make it impossible for employees and students living in affected areas to report for school on their normal schedules. 
Members of the university community are reminded that www.idrivearkansas.com/ offers updates on road conditions.
The flooding along the Arkansas River is an emergency situation, and the safety of all concerned will be of primary importance for the duration of the emergency. Please act with caution and use your best judgment in order to remain safe.
Please view our news channels including our official Facebook and Twitter pages @atuozark for any updates, and tune into Ozark’s local radio station, KDYN 92.7 as well. Students and employees will be notified via email as well if there are any changes to the current situation.

CAMPUS WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY MAY 28

Arkansas Tech University is working with local emergency management officials to monitor the flooding situation in the Arkansas River Valley closely. Current information does not indicate there will be a direct impact on the ATU campuses in Russellville or Ozark, but it is understood that the flooding may make it impossible for employees and students living in affected areas to report for school on their normal schedules. 
Members of the university community are reminded that www.idrivearkansas.com/ offers updates on road conditions.

The flooding along the Arkansas River is an emergency situation, and the safety of all concerned will be of primary importance for the duration of the emergency. Please act with caution and use your best judgment in order to remain safe.

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