Dorms at the University of the Virgin Islands' Albert A. Sheen Campus. By V.I. CONSORTIUM
The University of the Virgin Islands announced Sunday that there was no damage to its facilities following the passage of Hurricane Fiona, and that the university will resume normal operations on Monday, Sept. 19.
Both campuses did experience fallen branches and some impact to trees, UVI said.
When returning to campus, if employees or students experience any challenges, they are to inform Physical Plant on the respective campus so that issues can be investigated and addressed as soon as possible, said UVI. The number on St. Thomas is (340) 693-1500 and the number on St. Croix is (340) 692-4171.
The University said it will continue to monitor the weather and make announcements as needed. The UVI community is asked to monitor UVI communications. Status updates will be available on the homepage of the UVI website,?www.uvi.edu?and on social media:?www.facebook.com/uvi.edu,?twitter.com/uvi_edu?and?instagram.com/uvi_edu.
You man also call UVI hotlines for campus updates at (340) 693-1016 for St. Thomas and (340) 692-4168 for St. Croix.
The UVI community is also asked to follow the emergency response plan by visiting www.uvi.edu?to find information on steps to prepare for inclement weather on UVI’s Emergency Preparedness webpage.
"Students and employees are encouraged to register for Bucs Alert through the?MyCampus Portal?to receive messages to their personal emails and mobile phones and to sign up for VITEMA Alerts through?www.vitema.vi.gov," the university said.