The original schedule was designed with contingencies for snow days secondary to inclement weather. The revised schedule that is being implemented utilizes those contingency days. Therefore, we will still provide the full amount of instructional time necessary for academic programs, without having to cancel or disrupt spring break, or change the date of commencement.
Campus Response: 2018 Weather Emergency
Howard University was adversely impacted by extreme weather experienced across the District early this winter. The resulting widespread damage was felt across campus, including significant damage to many academic buildings and facilities. Remediation and restoration of those buildings is a top priority. While this process is underway, the University remains committed to minimizing the effect to faculty, staff, students, and the broader HU community.
Navigate this page for information about relocation of classes, the University’s response efforts, and updates on remediation and restoration efforts.
Please watch this video to hear President Wayne A. I. Frederick discuss the University’s response to the recent damages across campus resulting from extreme weather conditions.
Campus Update & Latest News
|Apr. 03, Tuesday||Campus Update|
|Mar. 23, Friday||Claims for Personal Items Lost/Damaged during Winter Break 2017|
|Mar. 21, Wednesday||Delayed Opening|
|Mar. 20, Tuesday||Campus Update: Inclement Weather|
|Mar. 20, Tuesday||Campus Update: Spring Break Maintenance|
Frequently Asked Questions
No. The revised academic calendar ensures the full, necessary amount of instructional time needed for all classes without disrupting spring break or changing the date of commencement.
Yes. The registration period for all students (undergraduate, graduate, and professional students) has been extended to January 26, 2018.