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Texas A&M University at Galveston will be closed tomorrow, Jan. 16, due to the potential for hazardous road conditions brought on by wintry weather.  Only essential personnel as identified by their supervisors are required to report to campus, if they can do so safely.

This closure includes the following campuses: TAMUG Pelican Island Campus, College Station main campus, and the Health Science Center campuses in Bryan, Dallas, Round Rock, and Temple.

Dining services will remain operational at Captain's Landing.

All other on-campus services will remain closed.

University officials are closely monitoring weather conditions to determine when campuses will reopen.

Officials urge the public to avoid driving and remain indoors until conditions improve. Use extreme caution when walking and moving about campus Tuesday evening.

The next scheduled update will be at 5pm on Tuesday 01-16-2018.

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