FSCJ closes campus in response to Hurricane Michael

Sam Chaney, Managing Editor

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Despite the fact Hurricane Michael is forecast to track north of Jacksonville and through Georgia, Florida State College at Jacksonville announced their decision to close the college in expectation of inclement weather on Wednesday, Oct. 10.

“Due to the threat of worsening weather conditions with the outer bands of Hurricane Michael, we have determined to cancel all classes and close all FSCJ campuses and centers TODAY, October 10, 2018 at 4 p.m.,” the update said. “A decision about reopening tomorrow will be announced by 6 a.m. tomorrow morning, October 11.”

FSCJ will be closing the college and canceling all classes. Courtesy of FSCJ.

The University of North Florida is currently operating as normal. Heavier rain and potential tornado watches are expected as Hurricane Michael progresses over the state of Florida.


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