Closings & Emergencies

Power restored to Martin Building and Norfolk Student Center

Posted April 27, 2016, at 9:27 a.m.

Power has been restored to the Martin building and Norfolk Student Center. Classes beginning after 10 a.m. will be held, and activities scheduled for the Martin Building will resume immediately.

Stay tuned to TCC Alerts and for info.

Martin Building and Norfolk Student Center closed Wednesday morning, April 27

Posted April 27, 2016, at 8:16 a.m.

Because of a power outage, all classes and activities scheduled for the Martin Building and the Norfolk Student Center on the Norfolk Campus are canceled this morning.

It's uncertain at this time when the buildings will reopen.

Additional updates will be made. Stay tuned to TCC Alerts and for info.

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Closings & Emergencies FAQs

Who decides that TCC will close and when a decision will be made?
The college’s administration determines whether and when the college will be closed or delayed.

Will TCC have make-up dates for the missed classes?
Generally, faculty members establish guidelines on their syllabi for the cancellation of classes and how work will be made up. Please check with your instructor to determine their plans for missed classes.

How do I find out if TCC will be closed or delayed?
Sign up for TCC Alerts to receive immediate text and email notification of changes affecting students, faculty and staff. We will post all updates about closings and delays on and on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The college also partners with newspapers and radio and TV stations to broadcast closings and delays.