4:10 p.m., Sept. 27
The College of Central Florida has extended its cancellation of all classes and business operations due to Hurricane Ian. The College will now will be closed Wednesday through Saturday at all sites, including the Ocala Campus, Citrus Campus, Levy Campus, Hampton Center, Appleton Museum and Vintage Farm.
Scheduled activities also have been cancelled or postponed, including Wednesday’s District Board of Trustees meeting and the Appleton Museum of Art’s Free First Saturday and Hispanic Heritage Festival. The Appleton will reopen Sunday, Oct. 2. Classes and business operations will resume Monday, weather permitting.
Please continue to monitor the CF website (www.CF.edu), traditional media and social media for additional updates.
3:20 p.m., Sept. 26
The college will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 28-29, in preparation for Hurricane Ian. In-person and online classes, as well as business operations, will be cancelled at all sites, including the Ocala Campus, Citrus Campus, Levy Campus, Hampton Center, Appleton Museum and Vintage Farm. Scheduled activities have also been cancelled, including the CF District Board of Trustees meeting, which has been postponed until Wednesday, Oct. 5.
We plan to reopen Friday morning for classes and all business operations, weather permitting. Please continue to monitor the CF website (www.CF.edu), traditional media and social media for additional updates.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to prepare now for this storm.
12 p.m., Sept. 26
CF is actively monitoring the national weather service for Hurricane Ian and its forecasted impact on Citrus, Levy and Marion counties. There are no changes to class schedules or business operations at this time. If the college is closed, information will be posted on the college website, student portal, social media and will be shared via the RAVE Alert system. Please take this time to update your notification preferences in the RAVE Alert system in the MyCF portal.