FORT BELVOIR, Updated Sept. 13, at 9:00 a.m. (EDT) – Defense Acquisition University takes every opportunity to protect the health and safety of its students and employees. This occasionally requires cancelling our classes or modifying our course schedules.
As of today, several our sites have been affected by Hurricane Irma.
Our site in Huntsville, AL, has reopened and all classes will resume at the appointed time on Wednesday Sept. 13. Students will be informed of any coursework changes by their instructors during class.
Additionally from Sept.10-16, our extended learning site at Warner Robins, GA, will be closed. This closure will impact the following classes: ACQ 203-131, LOG 211-013, and CON 270-056. Please see the following schedule adjustments for these classes:
Unless otherwise noted, the impacted classes will begin at the appointed time on these dates. For specific questions, please email email@example.com.
As more is learned about the potential path of Hurricane Irma, we will reassess the need to close additional sites. For the latest information on any DAU site, please visit our Operating Status page.
In the event that additional classes are canceled or rescheduled as a result of inclement weather, students will be provided with additional instructions at that time. To make sure you receive these updates please make sure that your email address on file is current.
All DAU students and personnel are encouraged to use sound judgement and remain safe during this weather event.
For the latest updates on Hurricane Irma’s path, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s Hurricane Center is continuously studying and updating the forecast for this deadly storm.
The USA.gov, has also created a comprehensive checklist to make sure you are ready for any situation that may arise during a hurricane.