To determine if Pitt-Johnstown is closed, follow these guidelines. The decision to close will be made before 10 p.m. the evening before or by 6:30 a.m. the next morning. Tune into the following television and radio stations to determine if Pitt-Johnstown is closed.
WATM and WTAE (ABC)
WNTJ AM 1490
WJHT FM 92.1
WFGI FM 95.5
WKYE FM 96.5
WRKW FM 99.1
WAYC FM 100.9
WCCL FM 101.7
- Classes delayed – all classes prior to the posted start-time will be canceled; employees must report to work at their regularly scheduled time
- Evening classes canceled – any class beginning on or after 6 p.m. will be canceled
- All classes canceled – employees must report to work
- Complete University closure – campus operations are suspended; Only those employees in areas that are critical to the safety and well being of our students or whose roles are vital to the sustained operation of the campus are to report to work.
If you do not hear from the above listed media that Pitt-Johnstown is closed, then assume that classes will be held.
It may become necessary for an instructor to cancel a particular class. If you think that may be the case, contact your professor or division office for information concerning that class.
Commuter students who experience difficulty attending classes due to hazardous driving conditions should notify their professors. You are urged to use good judgment when traveling to and from class.
Please note that the Emergency Notification Service (ENS) is not used to announce weather-related closures.