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Sunday March 7th, 2021 4:22PM

UNG Dahlonega and Blue Ridge campuses closed tomorrow due to winter weather predictions

By Lauren Hunter Multimedia Journalist

The University of North Georgia Dahlonega and Blue Ridge campuses will be closed tomorrow due to predictions of winter weather in the area.

According to an email statement this afternoon from UNG spokeswoman Sylvia Carson, students may still access services virtually for those campuses.

Carson's statement said that UNG personnel will continue to monitor the weather conditions tomorrow and announce any changes via the UNG alert system and website. It also said that individuals should use best judgement when traveling in their areas.

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