Hurricane Irma: UF Reopens Wed 9/13, Classes Resume 9/14, AFHC to Reopen 9/14.

Due to the imminent threat of Hurricane Irma to the state of Florida, the University of Florida College of Nursing is taking necessary precautions at Archer Family Health Care to ensure the safety of patients, faculty, staff and students.

The University of Florida is currently scheduled to reopen and resume normal operations on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

However, due to the current forecast of Hurricane Irma, classes at UF will not be held through Wednesday. We will continue to evaluate campus and community conditions, providing any scheduling updates as needed. Although there are no classes on Wednesday, all employees are expected to return to work Wednesday. Employees unable to return to work because of a storm-related hardship should notify their supervisor.

Any additional closures for AFHC will be posted as they become available. 

UF is currently scheduled to reopen and resume classes and normal operations on Wednesday, Sept. 13, and will continue to evaluate campus and community conditions, providing any scheduling updates as needed.

The college will work closely with university and state officials in actively monitoring the track of Hurricane Irma, and will update the college’s website and social media channels with more information as it becomes available.

In Gainesville, the University of Florida’s emergency managers are actively monitoring the developing weather and are participating in daily calls with local and state forecasters and emergency managers to learn Hurricane Irma’s track and impacts. The university will update the greater Gator community on efforts, expected impacts or schedule changes as information is available.

We encourage everyone throughout the state to follow instructions and evacuation mandates from state and local government officials. Be safe!

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