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Some schools and universities in South Florida have started to announce closures and cancellations ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
Miami-Dade Schools: There will be no impact to the regular school day or afterschool care programs on Friday, August 30. All school facilities will be secured, and all adult education classes will be cancelled beginning Friday, August 30, at 6:00 p.m. until further notice. Starting Saturday and until further notice, all athletic activities and practices will be suspended.
Broward Schools: Superintendent Robert Runcie announced that all schools will be open Friday, and all after school activities will continue Thursday and Friday. Schools will be closed, however, Saturday through Monday (Labor Day).
The University of Miami: Classes at the Coral Gables, marine, and medical campuses will be canceled beginning at noon on Friday, Aug. 30, and continuing through Tuesday, Sept. 3. Classes are expected to resume on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
Florida International University: Classes are canceled Friday and Saturday (Aug. 30 and 31, 2019) at all FIU locations and online in preparation for Hurricane Dorian.
Nova Southeastern University: NSU is closely monitoring Hurricane Dorian. As of Thurs., Aug. 29 all NSU campuses throughout Florida and Puerto Rico are open with normal operations. Updates to campus openings/closures will be posted here.
Barry University: Barry University campuses in Miami Shores and our Andreas School of Law in Orlando, as well as all other sites throughout Florida, will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30, until further notice.
Florida Memorial University: FMU announced it is suspending classes until Sept. 3 or until further notice.