FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT WEATHER-RELATED EVENTS
The Central Texas area including Texas State University has experienced significant flooding and water-related damage during recent bad weather events. Most damage to Texas State was limited to facilities located away from the main campus. No significant damage has occurred to instructional buildings, campus residence halls or other student and administrative buildings. Our primary concern is for the safety and security of our students, staff and faculty, and we want you to know that we are prepared in the event of future bad weather. We encourage you to visit the university web site for updates or emergency notifications. In the meantime, we have produced the following Frequently Asked Questions document to address concerns during weather-related events.
- Q: How do I learn about current weather conditions?
- Q: What is the difference between a Flood Watch and a Flood Warning issued by the National Weather Service?
- Q: Where can I find official university information?
- Q: How do I sign up for university official text alerts?
- Q: Where can I go for official City of San Marcos news and alerts?
- Q: Is it safe to be in the San Marcos River after it floods?