This page has been created to inform you of school closure which might occur due to severe weather conditions.
The school is currently OPEN. The buildings will close tonight Tuesday, January 27 at 6 PM. All evening classes after 6 PM. are canceled.
ATTENTION: LIBERAL STUDIES STUDENTS
Intro. to Visual Culture
The Michener Institute is closed due to bad weather conditions, Therefore, the lecture for VISC 1B06, Sec. 1 is cancelled.
We also apologize for the domino block that we ripped off from Pee Wee's Playhouse
Inclement Weather Policy
Ontario College of Art & Design remains open and in full operation during regular hours, regardless of weather conditions. Under severe weather conditions, or in the case of an emergency, a decision may be made to restrict operations or close the College altogether. This decision is the responsibility of the President. In the President's absence, the responsibility resides with a designate in the following order: Executive Vice-President; Vice-President, Academic; Director, Plant Services.
If the working day has not commenced, a decision to cancel classes and/or services will be made by the President or designate no later than 7 am. This decision will be communicated directly to the Director, Plant Services, who, in conjunction with the Plant Services managers and staff, will alert the media, indicating the status of classes and the administrative service available at the College. Arrangements for building security and any necessary change to the College's voicemail message will be made at that time. The announcement will be forwarded to the following designated stations:
In the case of inclement weather, faculty, staff and students have two options: listen to the designated radio and television stations for announcements regarding the cancellation of classes and/or services, or call the College's voicemail system.
If the working day has commenced, the President or designate may decide to cancel classes and/or services due to inclement weather conditions. This decision will be communicated to the Executive Vice-President and Vice-President Academic who will, in turn, inform the College's Managers and Deans. Managers will inform their staff of the cancelled services, as well as anyone expected to attend Council or committee meetings scheduled to be held later that day. Deans will inform faculty, including faculty scheduled to teach classes that evening. The Director, Plant Services, and Plant Services management and staff will be responsible for alerting the media and overseeing security and voicemail. Students attending evening courses should also listen to the designated radio and television stations for an announcement regarding the cancellation of classes, or call the College's voicemail system at 416-977-6000.
No, I mean I know a lot of people are coming from really far and have to get home. So that's understandable.
But for city folk who are afraid to go outside, it's just lame. And for people who think that missing a class is good, well, that's lame too because I was supposed to watch 2 documentaries tonight and watch the Osbournes. Boooo..