Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will cancel classes on Wednesday, Aug. 30, at its Daytona Beach, Florida, campus and selected Worldwide Campus locations in Florida, but key operations such as student services will remain open.
Students are urged to contact their families today
To minimize travel during the storm, most employees are encouraged to work remotely or use personal leave (P/L) on Wednesday. Please note, however, that all work phones and email accounts must remain covered.
Supervisors should plan to support the following key services in person on Wednesday:
- Athletic Facilities
- Campus Safety & Security
- Dining Services
- Eagle Fitness Center
- Housing & Residence Life
- Hunt Library
- Mori Hosseini Student Union
Employees in these service-focused units may be expected to be present. Those with childcare challenges can use personal leave (P/L). Employees should keep in contact with their supervisors and always put safety first.
- Classes are cancelled at Worldwide Campus locations in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando and the Space Coast locations.
- Daytona Beach Flight Operations will be grounded on Wednesday, but students can complete orals and simulator activities. Diamond aircraft will be temporarily secured at Homestead, Florida. The rest of the fleet will be in hangars or tied down.
- Athletics facilities will remain open. Individual coaches will determine which activities can take place Wednesday.
Daytona Beach (Volusia County) is not forecast to bear the brunt of Hurricane Idalia, but high winds and rain are expected in our area. For more information, visit the Volusia County storm page.