Campus Closing and Evacuation

CAMPUS CLOSING / EVACUATION
The University President authorizes campus closings.

In the event of severe or inclement weather, Henderson State University will notify students, staff, faculty, and the area residents of closings in four ways:

•The university's web page: www.hsu.edu;
•Local and regional radio stations (KVRC AM 1240, KDEL FM HOT 100.9, AND KIX FM 106.9 in Arkadelphia and
KLAZ FM 106 in Hot Springs);
•State television stations in Little Rock (ABC-Channel 7, NBC-Channel 4, CBS-Channel 11):
•Recorded messages at the university's telephone number (870) 230-5000.
•RAVE Alert text, email, and rapid voice messages

Campus Evacuation

If the entire campus is evacuated:

•Faculty and staff should return to their homes or other safe destinations unless told otherwise.
•Students who can provide their own transportation should leave the campus and return home or to another safe destination unless told to do otherwise.
•Students who cannot provide their own trasportation should report to the area designation by the authorities where they will be shuttled to a safe location.
 

 
 
 
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Dr. Martin Halpern, professor of history at Henderson State University, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach at the University of Munich in Germany in 2012-13.
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