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2 of GRU's campuses to remain closed Friday

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Georgia Regents University's Summerville and Forest Hills campuses will remain closed Friday.

All buildings on those campuses are without power. Buildings with critical systems have limited emergency power.

Classes and student activities on the Health Sciences campus will resume as normal Friday. Most buildings are open and operational with the exception of the following, which are without power: 

 

  • Cardiovascular outpatient building 
  • Finance Trailer
  • Pope Avenue Human Resources offices
  • Pope Avenue ITS trailer
  • Residence 6
  • Wellness Center
Supervisors in the affected buildings should call 706-721-WORK, and employees should coordinate attendance with their supervisors.

 

We will continue monitoring the weather conditions and additional updates will be provided at www.gru.edu, www.grhealth.org, via social media channels, and by e-mail, as information becomes available.

Employees with questions or concerns should contact their supervisor. And, in the interest of safety, all students and employees are reminded to exercise good judgment and caution while traveling to and from work.

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