Oakland University has declared that a snow emergency will be in effect today, Wednesday, December 13, and continue through 6 a.m. on Thursday, December 14.
To comply with University Policy 483, campus community members are advised that as of 10 p.m. today, all vehicles must be moved out of designated snow emergency lots to non-designated lots.
Designated lots include all main campus parking lots except the Ann V. Nicholson and Matthews Court student apartment parking lots and the covered levels of the P-29 and P-32 parking structures. The open levels of the parking structures must be cleared of vehicles, as must all overnight parking spots except those in non-designated lots.
Vehicles left in snow emergency lots after 10 p.m. will be impounded at owners’ expense. Retrieval of vehicles will require payment of an impound fee as well as possible storage fees.
The snow emergency declaration has been made independent of any decision to cancel classes or close the campus. Members of the campus community should visit oakland.edu or consult other school closing information sources periodically to learn whether additional weather-related announcements have been made.
For more information on snow emergencies, visit the Oakland University Police Department website.