|Severe-Weather Guidelines for the Philosophy Program|
The University of West Georgia is committed to the personal safety of its students, faculty, and staff in the event of severe weather. University policy regarding severe weather and emergency closings is posted at http://www.westga.edu/police/index_2277.php and official announcements about class and/or examination cancellations will be made only by the President and/or the Department of Public Relations. Although it is not possible to develop policy to address every weather-related emergency, these guidelines are intended to provide some general direction about such situations.
In the event that classes are cancelled or disrupted for less than one calendar week, each professor, at his or her discretion, will make adjustments as needed to cover material missed during those cancelled sessions. This may or may not involve the use of rescheduled or online classes. If the closures exceed a single calendar week, students should contact the Director of the Philosophy Program at rlane "at" westga "dot" edu, or the professor of the class, for updated information regarding changes to the schedule in the Program. It is the intention of the Philosophy Program to handle every concern seriously and as effectively as possible.
This page last updated 11/17/2012.