Barry University’s Command Decision Team (CDT) continues to monitor Tropical Storm Nicole. As the nature of these storms are at times unpredictable, we continue to evaluate and make informed decisions based on the latest data available through our emergency management partners throughout the State of Florida.
Barry University’s Broward County locations will pivot to remote on Wednesday, November 9. The Anesthesiology programs located in Palm Beach and Orlando will also pivot to fully remote operations starting Wednesday, November 9 through Thursday, November 10. All assessments or interactive assignments will be postponed. All instruction will be remote and recorded for viewing later in the event of power outages. For those students participating in clinical experiences in these areas, please contact your Program Director for further instruction.
Barry University’s Melbourne location and the Law Campus in Orlando will close on Wednesday, November 9 and Thursday, November 10.
All other locations throughout the State of Florida, including the Miami Shores Main Campus are operating under normal conditions and will continue to monitor the path of Tropical Storm Nicole and its potential impacts. Main campus faculty, staff or students who reside in counties who may experience greater impacts (Broward and Palm Beach) may work with their immediate supervisors and course instructors to discuss flexible options. All Founders Week activities on the Main Campus will continue as planned.
It is important all Barry University students and employees continue to monitor the barry.edu/prepare website and our Emergency Hotline at 305-899-4000 for updated information as well local media outlets for the latest on the storm.
The CDT will continue to monitor and provide updates as conditions warrant.