Some NCCU classes canceled after power outage
Power outages on the North Carolina Central University campus prompted school officials to cancel some classes for Tuesday.Posted — Updated
DURHAM, N.C. — Power outages on the North Carolina Central University campus prompted school officials to cancel some classes for Tuesday.
Classes in the following buildings were expected to resume Wednesday: Criminal Justice, Michaux School of Education, Miller-Morgan (Nursing/Health Care) and Walker Complex.
That is contingent on power being restored, the university said in a news release. Updates were expected to be posted on the NCCU Web site.
Classes at the Turner School of Law were still scheduled for Tuesday, however, a bar course will be held in the Farrison Newton Communications Building.
An NCCU spokeswoman said the outages were the result of a problem in the university's electrical infrastructure, but workers had yet to determine the cause.
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