In the event that Stark State College should need to delay or cancel classes due to an emergency or inclement weather, students, faculty and staff should check the sources below for official notifications.
Notifications indicating “closed” will represent the cancellation of both day and evening classes, unless otherwise specified in the notification, e.g., morning classes cancelled.
Cancellation notifications will be posted via
- Stark State College student email
- College switchboard: 330-494-6170 or 1-800-79-STARK (1-800-797-8275)
- College website: starkstate.edu
- Cantonrep.com school closings page
- SSC ALERT text notifications (alerts are for main campus and all satellite center locations) *Current students, sign up for SSC Alerts via RAVE on mySSC.
- Area television stations (see table below)
- The most current official postings can be found on the College switchboard at 330-494-6170 and the College website at starkstate.edu. If you have any questions or concerns, especially during inclement weather, please check there frequently for updates.
Cancellation of classes applies to main campus (Frank Avenue), the Advanced Technology Center, the Automotive Technology Center, all satellite center locations and applies to students, faculty and staff, unless otherwise noted.
If an SSC satellite location is in a school district that closes due to severe weather, but Stark State’s main campus remains open, the administration will assess conditions and determine whether or not to close the satellite location. In that event, an SSC alert text notification will be sent out to students and information also will be posted on the College website, the main College switchboard and local news media.
Stark State policy defines
- morning classes begin before noon
- afternoon classes begin at or after noon.
- evening classes begin at or after 5 p.m.
A delay of classes means the opening of campus facilities is delayed. Classes that begin prior to the announced start time are cancelled. The normal schedule of classes will resume at the announced start time. Example: A two-hour delay means classes that start at 10 a.m. would be held at 10 a.m. and classes that begin between 7:30 a.m. and 9:59 a.m. would be cancelled.
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