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Winter Storm Warning

DECEMBER 9, 2:00 PM

Inclement winter weather may move into the area this weekend.  Any decision to close the College and/or cancel exams will be announced using the College’s inclement weather notification procedures described below. These procedures are also posted on the Campus Police webpage.  

ALL INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTIFICATIONS WILL BE ISSUED TO STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES AS FOLLOWS:

 

Emergency Notifications: The College will notify you using the following methods if classes/exams are cancelled or the College is closed.

  • Text: To ensure we have your correct number, log into eTC, Message Center Tab. On the left side of the page, you will see a link to check the phone number we have to contact you in the event of an emergency or inclement weather. Click on the link to check and update the number if needed.
  • Voice Alert: A voicemail will be issued to the same number listed for text above.
  • Email: An email will be issued to all employees and students.

 

In addition to the Emergency Notifications listed above, inclement weather closing information also will be announced as follows:

  • Recorded Message on Telephone System: Call 864-646-8361 or (toll-free within the 864 area code) 1-866-269-5677. When the automated attendant answers, press “9” for a recorded message.
  • Public Website: Visit www.tctc.edu to check for inclement weather announcements posted at the top of the webpage.
  • eTC: There will be a posting in the Critical Alerts channel on the Message Center tab.

 

Additional information:

  • Do not rely on local media outlets (TV and radio) for closing information and directions. Those announcements are designed for the general public. Please refer to direct communications from the College to be sure that you have complete details.
  • For employees: If the College closes, only essential personnel (maintenance, Security) should report to work. If classes are cancelled but the College is open, then employees should use their judgment in deciding if it is safe for them to report to work and communicate accordingly with their supervisors.