Road conditions remain difficult within the region. The decision to close is prudent for commuters traveling to campus.
The Lockdown drill is designed to test UCCS emergency preparedness. It will be observed by University Police and staff from Public Safety. There will not be a police response activity in the drill.
Preplanned Building Lockdown Drills
1/22 Tuesday, 9:40 AM – University Hall
1/22 Tuesday, 1:50 PM – Columbine Hall
1/23 Wednesday, 9:40 AM – Centennial Hall
1/23 Wednesday, 1:50 PM – Dwire Hall
1/24 Thursday, 9:40 AM – Osborne Center Science Engineering
1/24 Thursday, 1:50 PM – Engineering Building
1/28 Monday, 2:00 PM – ENT Performing Arts
2/08 Friday, 2:00 PM – Lane Center
- Please depart the building prior to the scheduled lockdown drill only if you anticipate an adverse reaction with participation.
- Please complete the short survey provided in the Lockdown Complete alert after participating in a drill.
UCCS Police are monitoring the situation occurring at 5400 N. Nevada Ave. Contact 255-3111 if you have questions. Follow @uccspolice on Facebook and Twitter for updates
9:09 am update: The situation at I-25 and Nevada is ongoing. There continues to be no threat to campus and the campus community remains safe. You will see an increase in officer presence at West campus buildings. #UCCS
10:12 Update: The suspect has been taken into custody off campus. The situation has been resolved and no further update is expected
UCCS Alert: UCCS delayed start for Monday 11/12/18. Office hours, classes, activities prior to 10 AM are Cancelled. Normal Campus operations will resume at 10 AM.
Rain likely before 5pm, then rain and snow. High near 45. North northeast wind 10 to 15 mph becoming east southeast in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Little or no snow accumulation expected.
Rain and snow, becoming all snow after 8pm. Low around 29. North wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches possible.
Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms again today. UCCS will likely see storms move in around 3:30 PM. Storms will be capable of producing small hail, wind gusts to 45 mph and heavy rain.
Afternoon and evening storms will have potential to produce small hail, wind gusts to 40 mph, lightning and heavy rain. Flash flooding is possible. Be cautious traveling in the region