Campus Operations and Inclement Weather Alerts
The latest information and details for the College community about campus emergencies and other incidents.
Weather Alert – Thursday, January 28, 2021, 6:09 p.m.
The forecast shows temperatures will drop to 21 degrees overnight and are not expected to rise above freezing until 11:00 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, January 29. Any wet accumulation on the roads will be frozen in the early morning hours. Sunny skies will help expedite thawing on blacktop roads, warming them up before this time.
The College will open on a 2 hour delay Friday, January 29 with all faculty and staff reporting to campus by 10 a.m.
Traditional, seated classes will resume normal schedule beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday evening the shuttle will make its last run at 10:30 p.m. and will return back to its normal schedule as of Friday morning.
Dining services will be on a normal schedule for Friday, January 29.
The WOW Café will be on its normal hours this evening.
Students currently in isolation or quarantine will continue have meals delivered as normal.
Drive safely and if your individual circumstances makes driving to main campus hazardous, please contact your supervisor or professor.
Be Wesleyan Wise!!!
Thursday, January 28, 2021, 7:09 a.m.
NCWC will be closed on Thursday, January 28 except for essential personnel.
Dining services and the shuttle will operate on the weekend schedule, serving only brunch and dinner. Students currently in isolation or quarantine will have meals delivered at lunch as normal.
Goldsboro and Durham students will be contacted by email from their site directors as to the status of Thursday evening classes by 4pm today. Classes operating through area community colleges will follow the directions of those locations.
Road conditions are hazardous at this time and if you must get out please drive with caution.
Note: The safety of the NC Wesleyan College community is our highest priority.
The NCWC Alert webpage, ncwc.edu/alerts, is the primary location for emergency news and situational updates. In case of campus emergencies or other notification devices activate, NCWC Alert webpage is the most accurate source of real time information.
In an emergency, NC Wesleyan will send out text messages as quick as possible. Please remember that delivery of text messages to your device is dependent on your provider and may be delayed. Text messages are only used for serious emergencies and not for follow up information unless it is needed for public safety.