Is LSU closing for hurricane?
All virtual and in-person classes and events at Louisiana State University are canceled until Sept. 7. In an email to students and faculty Tuesday afternoon, LSU said the campus will reopen in a week to give students and employees “more time to recover from Hurricane Ida.”
Is LSU in the path of Hurricane Laura?
LSU announced Wednesday that all classes and activities scheduled for Thursday will be cancelled due to Hurricane Laura, which is expected to make landfall early Thursday morning.
Is LSU safe from hurricane?
Louisiana State University is aware that these high intensity storms can easily create unsafe conditions in our own community. In recent years, LSU has opted to close the campus as tropical storms or hurricanes approached the Louisiana coastline.
Does LSU have class tomorrow?
LSU will be closed tomorrow due to inclement weather. All classes and scheduled events are cancelled. Continue to monitor www.lsu.edu for updates.
Is LSU going to evacuate?
LSU Monitoring Weather Conditions
Currently all campus activities remain scheduled; there are no cancellations to report. Updates will be posted on the Emergency Preparedness website.
Do LSU dorms have generators?
Steve Waller, director of Residential Life, said Tuesday afternoon that all residence halls have regained power, with the exception of East Laville and Acadian halls, which are partially restored. Emergency generators powered some lights, alarm systems and fire alarms when the residence halls were without power Monday.
Did LSU get hit by Hurricane Ida?
30, 2021, the morning after Hurricane Ida struck Southern Louisiana, outside of the LSU Laboratory School on Veterans Drive in Baton Rouge, La.