Del Mar College officials monitoring impending weather conditions (WEATHER UPDATE 1)
DMC currently planning for normal operations, first day of Spring 2024 classes on Tuesday, Jan. 16; College closed Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
Article by DMC College Relations Office
Del Mar College officials are monitoring the weather forecast and aware of the below-freezing temperatures expected early this next week. Currently, DMC plans to be open for normal operations and hold classes as scheduled on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 16-17. However, any outdoors events for those days will be cancelled or moved inside.
Students and employees should follow all weather-related advisories and exercise caution when traveling during the freeze. Employees who live in outlying areas should use their own judgement and consult with their supervisors about modified schedules.
The College asks that both students and employees to continue monitoring DMC email, website and social media platforms for further updates.
As a reminder, DMC campuses––including Heritage, Windward and Oso Creek––the Center for Economic Development and the Northwest Center in Calallen will be closed Monday, Jan. 15, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
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