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With road and sidewalk conditions improving on and around campus, Georgia Tech will delay opening until noon on Thursday, January 18, when normal operations and class schedules will resume. Staff should report prepared to begin their workday when they arrive.
Georgia Tech Facilities will be working to treat roads and sidewalks throughout the evening. Anyone limited by the impact of the weather should reach out immediately to instructors and/or supervisors to make alternate arrangements. When traveling, please exercise caution. Slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination.
More information on the impact to campus services and activities is available at www.gatech.edu/2018-weather. Updates will be posted as they are confirmed.
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