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Texas State Canceled Classes for 8/28 - No Service Interurban Coach Gold Route 1517

Aug 26, 2017

The Interurban Coach Gold Route 1517 with express service to Texas State University will NOT begin service on Monday, August 28th.  Texas State University has canceled classes due to concerns regarding the weather.  Therefore, the Interurban Route 1517 will not be in service that day. All other Interurban Routes will run regular service on Monday.  See the letter from the Unversity below.  Thank you and stay safe.

Dear Texas State University Community,

            Due to weather concerns associated with Hurricane Harvey, Texas State University has canceled classes for Monday, August 28, 2017, at the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses. The university will be closed except for emergency personnel in Finance and Support Services, the University Police Department, and Information Technology. Classes and normal business operations are scheduled to resume on Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

            Select university services including residence halls, Harris and Commons dining facilities, and the Student Recreation Center will remain operational throughout the weekend and on Monday. The LBJ Student Center will be open with limited hours. Bobcat Shuttle service will not be available through Monday.

            While severe weather remains a factor, Texas State will continue to update information at these links:

·         txstate.edu

·         facebook.com/txstateu

·         @TXST on Twitter

·         facebook.com/texasstatepolice

·         @TxStateUPD on Twitter

            During heavy rainstorms, low-lying areas on the San Marcos Campus, including Sewell Park, are prone to flooding. Additionally, roadways near the university, including Sessom Drive, Comanche Street, Aquarena Springs Drive, and University Drive can block access to and from the university. Your personal safety is of paramount importance and we encourage you to exercise your best judgment during this weather event. 

 

                                                                        Sincerely,

 

                                                                        Denise M. Trauth

                                                                        President

 

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