• campus Alert ✖CLOSE


    Yesterday evening Piedmont Natural Gas disconnected natural gas service to main campus in order prevent potential hazards. As of this morning, gas service has not been restored. Utility crews are working continuously to repair the segment and restore service as soon as possible.

    It is important to know faculty, staff, students and visitors on campus are not in immediate danger because of any potential gs leaks. The disruption in service may affect some campus activity throughout the day, including dining services. Dining facilities are working to bring in the necessary resources to provide limited hot meal options. We appreciate your patience and will update you as additional information becomes available.

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Severe Weather

Violent weather, by nature, is unpredictable, however, the approach of such weather is often known in advance.  Good communication and quick response throughout the UNCP community will minimize the possible damage caused by violent weather (via voice mail, e-mail, building announcements, etc.)

Quick Response

Remain Calm and Act – DON’T REACT!
Seek refuge away from windows.
Call 911 if assistance is necessary.
Evacuate if an alarm sounds.

Responding to:

University Closing and Cancellations

The University will provide television and radio stations with timely updates on any campus closings, cancellations and delays due to inclement weather.

Hurricane advisories will be made 24 hours in advance on the University weather hotline.

Employees and students are urged not to call University Police for weather-related updates. They may call 6888 for broadcast messages or refer to the University hotline page on the UNCP website.