Follow the weather forecast via an app on your smartphone or online at komu.com/weather.
Reduced campus operations may mean your first choice for meals is closed. Check dining.missouri.edu/locations to see when Campus Dining Services locations are open.
Before you head to MizzouRec, be sure to check MizzouRec.com for facility hours.
The Student Health Center and the Counseling Center generally stay open even when campus closes. Call the Student Health Center (573-882-7481) or the Counseling Center (573-882-6601) to make or confirm an appointment.
Carry a snack and water with you in case you get delayed or stuck — especially if you’re susceptible to low blood sugar or just likely to get hangry.
Choose your shoes carefully. Avoid slick, untextured soles. Open-toed shoes and flip-flops are bad ideas.
Winter weather often means the top floors of parking structures will be closed. Watch for exterior parking structure signs and follow @MizzouParking on Twitter.
Tiger Line shuttles
Follow @MizzouParking on Twitter to learn about possible interruptions to service.
Mizzou at Campus Lodge shuttles
If you rely on a Campus Lodge shuttle to get to campus, watch for an email from Residential Life about possible service interruptions.
If you rely on a private shuttle to get to campus, please contact the shuttle operator.
If you take a city bus to campus, follow @GoCOMOTransit on Twitter for news and alerts.
Snow and ice removal
If you are a tenant, ask your landlord who is responsible for snow removal. If you are expected to do the shoveling, see if your landlord will provide you a shovel and ice melt.