Campus Life

Texas A&M Cancels Classes Thursday, Feb. 3

Employees will work remotely due to the winter storm.
By Texas A&M University February 2, 2022

Good afternoon, students, faculty and staff:

Texas A&M University is canceling classes at the College Station campus Thursday, Feb. 3 as a winter storm is expected to worsen across the region. Remote classes will not be offered.

Employees will be expected to work remotely.

Buses will not run Thursday. Dining facilities will be open.

A decision regarding Friday, Feb. 4 classes will be made no later than 3 p.m. Thursday. Please check Texas A&M’s website, email, the university’s social media accounts and local media.

For campuses outside of Bryan-College Station, check your respective website for potential closures and weather updates.

  • Driving conditions: The winter storm will likely impact much of Texas north of I-10 into Thursday with lingering impacts into the weekend. Difficult travel is expected in many areas of the state, along with power outages caused by gusty winds. For real-time travel conditions across the state, log on to TxDOT’s site.
  • Forecast: The National Weather Service said the strong cold front will cross Southeast Texas on Thursday morning, and much colder conditions are expected behind the front. A period of freezing rain/icing will be possible Thursday, especially near and north of Brenham to Huntsville to the Trinity County line. Icy conditions are possible on bridges and overpasses, so please proceed with caution. Check the NSW for weather information by zip code or the Texas Division of Emergency Management.
  • Weekend/Monday: The campus is expected to be open over the weekend, as well as operate as normal Monday with regularly scheduled classes and activities. Any modifications to our schedule will be communicated via email, as well as on A&M’s website and social channels.

A&M officials will continue to meet with the Texas Division of Emergency Management and The Texas A&M University System as the storm makes its way through the state.

Please stay safe and warm.

Greg Hartman

Senior Vice President

Chief Operating Officer

Texas A&M University

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