Thanks to a series of snow days not once, but twice this semester, students at JSU have been wondering how the cancelled classes will affect them.
More specifically, they’ve been wondering how it will affect spring break.
According to university president Dr. Bill Meehan, it won’t.
“We will have a spring break,” Meehan says. “The students expect it, and the faculty demand it.”
Meehan says that the university usually builds in a few extra days in the spring semester in case of a weather event. He says that barring any other major weather events, the semester should continue as scheduled, with no changes to spring break, finals week or the spring commencement ceremony.