UB cancels evening classes, activities for Feb. 22

Release Date: February 22, 2023


BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo has cancelled all evening classes and activities, across all three campuses, that begin at 5 p.m. or later for Wednesday, Feb. 22, due to inclement weather.

The National Weather Service of Buffalo has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the area beginning Wednesday afternoon through Thursday. Periods of snow, sleet and freezing rain are possible during the storm, making travel difficult.

Only essential UB employees should report to work as scheduled Wednesday evening. Please use caution when traveling to and from campus. It is understood that not all essential employees will be able to travel to campus in inclement weather. In that case, essential employees should contact their supervisor.

If employees have questions about their essential or non-essential status, they should contact their supervisor or go to www.buffalo.edu/administrative-services/emergency-management/emergency-procedures.weather.html#employees.

University officials will continue to monitor weather conditions Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. If a decision is made to delay operations or cancel morning classes and activities on Thursday due to severe weather, the university will communicate to the UB community in several ways, including at https://emergency.buffalo.edu/.

The same website will contain updates and additional information about changes in university schedules and operations, including dining, transportation and UB libraries.

Media Contact Information

Cory Nealon
Director of Media Relations
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Tel: 716-645-4614