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Campus Winter Weather Advisory

Normal Operations

The Emergency Command Center is partially open due to severe weather forecast. Please call 1883 for any issues.

The snow emergency message was updated on: 2016-01-25 10:21:04


The Downstate campus will operate on a normal basis on Monday January 25.

Clinical locations will be open. Classes will be held. Students should check their email for messages from Student Affairs or college message lines for information on any intermittent class cancellations.


We will be providing a hot breakfast at no charge this morning in Sodexo Court to employees beginning at 8:00 am

Parking will be available in the 34th Street garage again today, all staff not regulary assigned to this parking facility will need to present their current valid DMC ID and will need to vacate the garage by 7:00 am Monday morning. Although the travel ban is still in effect until 7:00 am today, healthcare workers must present a valid hospital ID and they are exempt from the ban. Please see the following


SUNY DMC UHB Emergency Management Operations Team is closely monitoring a significant winter storm currently forecasted to potentially impact the New York City area this weekend. Members of the SUNYDMC community can stay informed via the SUNYDMC website and Emergency Management Committee Members need to monitor their emails for campus updates as the situation develops.

Notify NYC Notification just issued on 1/21/16 at 10:50 AM.
New York City Emergency Management has issued a hazardous travel advisory for Saturday, January 23, 2016 through Sunday, January 24, 2016. The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Watch for all of New York City from Saturday morning through Sunday afternoon. The system is forecast to bring heavy snow along with strong and potentially damaging winds, and will create slick and hazardous travel conditions. Total snow accumulation is expected to be between 8 - 12". Use caution when driving and allow for additional travel time, as roads will be dangerous due to the weather conditions. To view this message in American Sign Language (ASL) with audio and subtitles, please visit:

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All Colleges & Schools: All classes are expected to be on schedule. Students should check this site, as well as their e-mail and PRIME to see the status of individual classes prior to heading to campus.

For all Clinical Courses (all schools and colleges): Continue to follow the policies and schedule at your clinical site. Contact your preceptor, clinical coordinator, and/or clerkship director if you are unsure about your responsibilities or the clinical schedule.

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Weather Emergency Resources

In the event of a weather emergencies this season please use these online resources:

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