Amidst a number of other closures across the city, nearly every school in Metro Vancouver has closed due to snow.
SFU Burnaby, SFU Vancouver, and SFU Surrey have had all classes cancelled, past 12:30 pm.
Vancouver Community College
Vancouver Community College has also notified, that effective immediately, all campuses are now closed and Friday classes are cancelled.
— VCC (@myVCC) February 23, 2018
BCIT has also announced that all classes on all campuses are cancelled, with buildings and student services being shut down for the time being.
At 2 pm, Emily Carr will be closing their campus and shutting down early.
❄ SNOW DAY!! ❄ Due to weather, the Emily Carr campus will be CLOSED as of 2:00pm today, Fri Feb 23. Classes are cancelled and there will be no access to the campus after that time. Watch this space for further updates!
— EmilyCarr University (@EmilyCarrU) February 23, 2018
Douglas College has also announced closures for the day.
UBC however, remains open through the flurries.
Snow is falling and accumulating at UBC Vancouver. Campus is open as normal. Some transit issues. Drive safely. https://t.co/ibWUbaKbRD for more info.
— UBC (@UBC) February 23, 2018
UPDATE: KPU has just announced that classes are cancelled and campuses are being closed.
Due to worsening weather conditions, KPU is cancelling classes and closing its campuses. Surrey Open House will proceed tomorrow as scheduled, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please check the website for ongoing updates: https://t.co/LKy3WIlzb5
— KwantlenU (@KwantlenU) February 23, 2018
Capilano University announced earlier that their Sechelt Campus would be closed; no updates regarding their North Vancouver location have been provided.
Langara issued an earlier tweet and has yet to cancel any classes.
It’s snowing! Take special care when you go outside. We will update you ASAP if the College is closed due to snow. Check the Langara homepage, Facebook, or follow our Twitter feed. https://t.co/UEIovzMEsE
— Langara College (@langaracollege) February 23, 2018
Students are advised to take extra caution when travelling and be weary of difficult road conditions.