Classes are canceled Tuesday, Jan. 14, on the Monticello and Crossett campuses of the University of Arkansas at Monticello due to the power outage from Jan. 11 storms. Classes were also canceled Jan. 13.


The McGehee campus will hold classes Tuesday. Staff for Monticello and Crossett campuses will receive further information regarding office hours, according to a news release Jan. 13.


Severe storms early Saturday morning caused minor damage at UAM and most residential students were without power, according to a news release Jan. 11.


There were no reports of injury or unsafe conditions. Maxwell Hall, a residence hall on campus, sustained the most visible damage, as a large section of roof covering was blown off by wind, but this did not lead to damage to the rooms below, according to the news release.


No serious structural effects on campus buildings were identified, though a tree did damage a part of the garage at the chancellor’s residence.


A number of trees and limbs all around the Monticello campus were down, and crews worked to remove them safely since early Saturday morning. Students and visitors are asked to remain cautious on campus and to make an effort to stay out of the way of crews and debris, according to the release.


Anyone on campus who may have safety concerns is encouraged to contact the University Police Officer On Duty at 870-723-4505 at any time.


Details: Ember Davis, director of marketing and public relations, DavisEL@uamont.edu, or 870-460-1274.