The Thanksgiving holiday has been extended for most of Brigham Young University's employees.
No classes were scheduled for Wednesday but all other services were to run as usual until Tuesday's major blizzard warning issued by the National Weather Service. Based on the warning, the administration closed the university Tuesday at 3 p.m. and extended the closure through Wednesday.
Essential employees such as University Police and the telephone operators remain on duty, as determined by unit supervisors. If you have questions about specific locations or events, we encourage you to contact the respective organization or call 801-422-4636.
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