Michigan State University has announced that it is suspending classes beginning at 8am on Wednesday, January 30th at all locations "due to the anticipated and sustained severe wind chills below 20 degrees F." According to the Michigan State website, "while online instruction may continue, faculty will not penalize students who do not participate during a university-declared suspension of classes."

Full-time faculty and staff are expected to report to work unless prior arrangements have been made with supervisors. All HealthTeam clinics at MSU will also be closed. Click here for more info.

According to the Lansing State Journal, this is only the seventh time in its history that classes have been cancelled at Michigan State. The last time MSU cancelled classes was in 2014 when classes were cancelled for part of the day. The first time classes were cancelled at MSU was way back in 1967.