Florida Institute of Technology Adjusts Operations Due to Hurricane Dorian Threat

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university has canceled Melbourne campus classes Tuesday and Wednesday

Florida Institute of Technology is pleased to announce the launch of the F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Series, which will bring corporate executives from the transportation industry and other experts to campus for fall and spring presentations.
The series is made possible by a generous gift from F. Alan Smith, who spent more than three decades in leadership positions at General Motors in the U.S. and Canada.

MELBOURNE, FLORIDA — The Florida Institute of Technology has adjusted normal operations as Hurricane Dorian is predicted to impact Florida.

The university has canceled Melbourne campus classes Tuesday and Wednesday, with faculty and staff requested to return Wednesday.

On-campus students are encouraged to shelter in place, and off-campus students, particularly those living beachside, are encouraged to follow the guidance of local authorities.

The Labor Day holiday will be observed on Monday, with no classes in session.

Updates on university operations are available at www.floridatech.edu 

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