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Inclement Weather Advisory

We are in constant contact with our colleagues at Richland County Emergency Services regarding tomorrow’s anticipated inclement weather conditions. The College will open and operate under normal work hours with some modifications to instructional delivery in order to provide a safe learning environment and limit our students’ exposure to the weather conditions. Tomorrow, Tuesday, January […]

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Weather Update: Hurricane Ian

In response to Governor McMaster’s state of emergency declaration for South Carolina, the Benedict College Emergency Preparedness team will continue to monitor the forecast for Tropical Storm Ian and coordinate with local and state agencies to provide accurate updates to ensure your safety and the security of the campus. Forecasters at the National Weather Service are

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Benedict College Reopens

Timelines: Students, Staff, and Faculty: The student curfew has been lifted.  Residence Halls opened today- Sunday, September 16 at 10: 00 a.m. Benedict College will resume all operations on Monday, September 17 at 8:30 a.m. Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 18 at 8:00 a.m.  Resuming classes on Tuesday will allow our students adequate time to travel back

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Latest Campus Update

Based on the current weather developments that report a weakening storm pattern, the café will serve dinner as scheduled today.  However, because rain and wind are expected through the night, the 8 p.m. curfew will remain in effect. The weather service reports this morning that Tropical Storm Florence is located 35 miles west of Myrtle Beach, producing

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City of Columbia Cautions Drivers to avoid Flood-Prone Streets and Intersections

The City of Columbia urges drivers to use caution when driving during severe weather. The following streets and intersections are prone to flooding during heavy rain events. Please avoid these areas during and immediately after heavy rains. Main and Whaley Wheat and Amherst Harden and Read Gervais and Laurens Adger and Devine Harden and Calhoun

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