Morehead State University at West Liberty will reopen Thursday, March 15, for all classes and related activities. The center had been closed since the March 2 tornado struck West Liberty.
Since the disaster, several Morgan County offices have relocated to West Liberty Academic Center. MSU has made changes to class schedules to accommodate the move-ins and an updated schedule of classes.
According to Brent Jones, executive director of MSU’s distance education and regional campus system, “ITV classes will remain in the same location, but many face-to-face classes have been moved to the ITV rooms or room 105 (computer lab). Also be advised that the 105 computer lab will be operated as an open computer lab when it is not being used as a classroom, and a schedule will be posted by the door.”
Jones also noted that MSU’s Office of Information Technology will continue to record ITV classes through March 16, and after that date, will return to an as-needed basis for taping ITV classes.
MSU at West Liberty also is serving as a Volunteer Center (606-783-8756) to request assistance with property clean-up, relief efforts, or to volunteer.
MSU has set up a website at www.moreheadstate.edu/msucares with information for students, faculty, staff, alumni and community with resources on how to assist and what to do if you are an MSU student or employee affected by the storms. Inquiries may also be made by phone to 606-783-9055.
Students, faculty and staff with questions about classes and other activities scheduled for MSU at West Liberty may call 606-783-5381.