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As Tropical Storm Isaac bears down on the state, students from Louisiana College are getting the opportunity to return home after the school's administration announced Tuesday that LC will be closed through Labor Day.
LC's residential students are being urged to consider relocating off campus due to expected power outages and the controlled shutdown of the LC voice and data communication system. Classes will resume Tuesday, Sept. 4, the day after the Labor Day holiday. Dorms will reopen at 3 p.m. Monday afternoon
All residential students who decide to weather the storm here at LC should expect to be relocated Tuesday evening to a central building on campus for the duration of the storm according to school officials. Those students are being told they should expect are loss of power, air conditioning, restroom facilities and LC's computer network services.
LC President, Dr. Joe Aguillard, made the decision to close the campus Monday afternoon based on the storm's projected strength and path.
“We want to give students plenty of time to go home to make preparations with their familes as the storm approaches,” Dr. Aguillard said.
Offices will be closed for faculty and staff at noon Tuesday. For more information and updates from LC, visit the college website at http://www.lacollege.edu.
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