Your sources for weather closing information

When the weather turns to snow and ice, check these sources for Health Science Center closing information:

* Call the main phone number, 817-735-2000. This is the first and most authoritative source for weather closure information. If the Health Science Center closes for inclement weather, a special recorded message will inform you of the closing times. The message will be removed when the Health Science Center reopens.

* This Web site will post closing information soon after the decision is made, including date(s) and time(s) of closure. The notice will remain on the main Web page until the campus reopens.

* Tune into local TV and radio broadcasts. All four major local television channels – NBC 5, ABC 8, CBS 11, and FOX 4 – are notified when the Health Science Center closes for inclement weather. Information will be included with school and government office  closures.

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