UNC Charlotte Moves To ‘Reduced Operations’ Due To Flash Flooding

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (News Release) — NinerAlert: As a result of deteriorating weather conditions and flash floods in the Charlotte area, the University will move to Condition 1 (reduced operations) effective immediately and until further notice. Avoid travel by vehicle or by foot during this time, and be aware of  possible road closures.

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Anyone who isn’t on campus should avoid coming to campus during this time. Anyone who is on campus should remain in their location until conditions are safe to leave. The University will send an all-clear message when conditions have improved for travel. Another update will be sent mid-day today.

Always remember, “Turn around don’t drown!” Do not walk or drive through standing water.

Students and Faculty

  • Avoid coming to campus if you aren’t already there.
  • Any face-to-face classes scheduled for the remainder of the day should move to a virtual format.
  • Normally scheduled remote classes should continue as planned.
  • Consult the Academic Procedure: Schedule Interruption Guidelines for additional information.


  • Avoid coming to campus if you aren’t already there.
  • Non-mandatory employees who believe they cannot remain at work through their scheduled shift or need to leave early should contact their supervisors to discuss how they will account for missed time.
  • Mandatory employees are expected to report to work as directed.
  • If you  are capable of teleworking, you are expected to do so. If you are unable to work due to loss of utilities, you should notify your supervisor and account for your time missed.