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Photo of cars driving on a snowy road
In an effort to ensure the safety of NIU students, faculty and staff given the rapid intensification of the snowstorm, NIU recommends all students, faculty and staff avoid travel until 4 p.m. today. All faculty, staff and students already on campus should remain there until after 4 p.m. Those currently off-campus should remain where they...
Campus snowball fun – Winter 2013
With the winter storm season here again, Northern Illinois University provides the following recommendations to heed during extreme winter weather conditions. Stay indoors if possible Residents should have a battery operated radio, extra blankets, and a three-day supply of essentials such as water, non-perishable foods, first-aid supplies, medication, pet supplies and batteries. Prepare a list of...
Photo of cars driving on a snowy road
Due to the National Weather Service’s heavy snow forecast, the City of DeKalb is highly encouraging residents and visitors to use off-street parking. It is likely that a snow emergency will be declared Tuesday, March 5, with the possibility of a total parking prohibition for the duration of the snow cleanup operation. Residents can use...
Students walk across the snowy NIU campus
NIU campus locations and offices are open for normally scheduled activities. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for moderate to heavy snow and blowing snow for NIU-Naperville (DuPage County) and NIU-Hoffman Estates (Cook County) until 9 a.m. CST Friday. NIU’s main campus in DeKalb, as well as NIU-Rockford and the Lorado Taft Field Campus remain under...
Neptune Hall
NIU’s main campus in DeKalb will be closed Thursday. NIU’s regional centers in Naperville and Hoffman Estates will remain open to serve previously scheduled clients.
Engineering Building
The NIU Department of Police and Public Safety is urging the campus community to take special precautions during the current period of extreme winter weather conditions. Stay indoors if possible Residents should have a battery operated radio, extra blankets, and a three-day supply of essentials such as water, non-perishable foods, first-aid supplies, medication, pet supplies,...
ice on branches
Due to the weather conditions, Northern Illinois University’s main campus in DeKalb and all regional NIU Educational Centers (Hoffman Estates, Rockford, Naperville) will be closed on Wednesday, February 2.
ice on branches
The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather and Wind Chill Advisories that extend until noon on Monday, December 13. NIU campus locations and offices are open for normally scheduled activities. During these winter months, all students, faculty and staff are urged to use caution and personal judgment in their travels to and from campus...