Safety and weather news

Campus-wide tornado drill on March 19; tornado awareness classes set

Purdue University’s Emergency Preparedness and Planning Office will conduct a campus-wide voluntary tornado drill at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday (March 19).

Upcoming tornado awareness sessions set

Purdue University Environmental Health and Public Safety is offering Tornado Awareness sessions this spring that will focus on awareness strategies, responsive actions and things to do after a tornado event.

Purdue police warn of internet scam for students seeking part-time jobs

Purdue University police are investigating reports of an internet scam attempting to defraud students who are seeking part-time jobs.

Bearing HallPurdue suspends classes; employees to report for normal operations

Purdue University officials announced that all classes for Wednesday (Jan. 30) have been canceled at the West Lafayette campus due to the expected wind chill temperatures that will be dangerous for students walking to and from classes. All university employees should report for normal campus duty at their regular time. Classes are expected to resume Thursday (Jan. 31).

Purdue assessing weather conditions, will communicate any changes

Purdue University’s administration and public safety team is actively monitoring the weather forecasts and planning should extreme windchill temperatures arrive later this week.

Parking information, safety tips provided for weekend, as winter storm expected

As moderate to heavy snowfall, accompanied by strong winds and low temperatures, is expected this weekend, Purdue University police have provided parking information and safety tips.

Purdue Alert test set for Thursday (January 24)

Purdue University will test its emergency notification system, including sirens, at 10 a.m. Thursday (January 24).

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