hurricanes

Libraries Early Closure 10/28/2020 – Hurricane Zeta

Another week, another Hurricane… the Libraries will close at noon on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 due to threat from Hurricane Zeta. We hope to reopen on Thursday, October 29th at our regular time of 8am.

Campus Closure 9/15/2020 – Hurricane Sally

LSUHSC New Orleans campuses (both downtown and Dental) will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday September 15th, in advance of Hurricane Sally.

Additionally the Isché Library will close at 6pm this evening.

We hope to reopen on Wednesday, September 16th at 8am at both Libraries.

Campus Closure – Nate

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The Isché Library will close at 7pm this evening and remain closed all weekend in preparation for Hurricane Nate.

The Dental Library will close at 5pm as usual and remain closed all weekend as well.

Both Libraries plan on reopening at 8am on Monday, October 9th weather permitting.

Stay safe!

Isaac Aftermath / Labor Day Hours

The Isché Library will be open limited hours (9 am – 5 pm) on Friday, August 31st and Saturday, September 1st and from 11:30 am to 8 pm on Sunday, September 2nd in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac. The Library will be closed Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day.

The Dental Library remains closed until Tuesday, September 4th at 8 am.

Get text alerts while Isaac lurks

While not projected to hit New Orleans at this time, the potential of a storm in the Gulf is a good time to remind everyone to register for LSUHSC’s Emergency Alert System. Once your cell phone number is registered, you will receive alert notifications related to dangerous or threatening situations or conditions in facilities owned by LSUHSC-NO on the downtown and Dental School academic campuses.

In plain language: you will know in advance if you have to go to school when a storm threatens.

The text message system is easy to use. Run through a program called E2Campus, all you have to do is log in with your LSUHSC Network ID and enter your phone number and service provider. You’ll quickly receive a ‘verification code’ via text, which confirms your number in the text alert system. Then you are set for the next emergency.

Questions? Check out this FAQ.

Text and email alerts:?áhttp://www.lsuhsc.edu/alerts/TextEmailAlerts.aspx