TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - As the state of Florida prepares for Hurricane Matthew, Florida A&M University has announced that several of its campuses around the state have closed.
In a press release, FAMU officials announced that some of its campuses around Florida closed on Wednesday at noon and will remain closed until Oct. 10th based on the anticipated impact of the storm.
The following campuses have been closed due to Hurricane Matthew:
The university said that it will continue to monitor the storm to keep the main and Crestview campuses aware of any changes as the storm progresses.
They have asked that students follow any evacuation procedures put in place by local and state government officials in their area. They have also warned students about traveling to and from Central and South Florida due to heavy traffic.
For additional updates on FAMU campus closings, click here.