Winter weather closes campus through Friday, Feb. 19; Classes expected to resume Monday, Feb. 22

Grambling State University will suspend operations and cancel classes through Friday, February 19 amidst wintry weather conditions. Classes are expected to resume Monday, February 22.
While classes are not in session, you are encouraged to continue with plans to attend the virtual career fairs tomorrow and Thursday. There are more than 100 employers signed up that would love to meet you. Join handshake to register for the events.
If you are an off-campus student in need of emergency food or shelter, please email for assistance.
Team Members
Team members with essential job functions should report to work on campus. All other team members are not expected to work (on-campus or remotely) during the University closure; this includes those team members who are approved to telework. If you have questions about whether your work function is considered essential during inclement weather, please contact your supervisor. You should code this on your timesheet as emergency university closure (CLO). If you have any questions, please contact or Lori Williams, AVP of Operations and Chief Human Resources Officer, at 318-274-6118. Please be sure to leave a message.
According to the National Weather Service, A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the entire Four State Region through 6 PM this evening. A mix of sleet and snow becoming ice, with significant impacts to travel and power outages are expected. In addition, dangerous wind chills will result in ‘real feel’ temperatures in the single digits to several degrees below zero. Updates will be given on the institution’s Twitter page at
Stay safe and keep warm!