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Weather conditions could affect seminary operations. First and foremost, each person should assess their personal travel safety situation for their geographical location and make decisions accordingly during inclement weather.

The seminary generally follows the procedures outlined below during inclement weather.
  • If the school should close early during a regular business day, a decision is usually made by 4:00 PM to cancel evening classes. Adjunct professors are generally informed through email or text messaging prior to 4:00 PM. Community messages may be available through the text messaging service, on the Seminary phone system, and on MyDenSem and the Seminary website.

  • For storms occurring overnight, a Seminary closure decision usually is made by the snow committee prior to 6:00 AM. Closure information may be available in multiple places as appropriate: Seminary website, MyDenSem, News 4/CBS4, text messaging and Seminary phone system.

  • When the seminary declares a closure of business operations, regular employees usually are paid. Student hourly employees are paid only for hours worked. If the seminary remains open and the employee decides not to come to work because travel conditions could affect their personal safety, personal leave time may be taken for missed work.

  • Students may not be penalized for missed classes when the seminary closes for dangerous weather conditions. If the seminary remains open and a student decides not to come to class because travel conditions could affect their personal safety, they will need to work with their professor to make up missed time and/or work.

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