KU, Park and UMKC cancel classes Monday due to winter weather

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LAWRENCE, Kan. — The University of Kansas and the University of Missouri-Kansas City have canceled classes for Monday, Nov. 26, due to travel challenges across the area from the wintry weather.

KU said all Lawrence and Edwards classes are canceled and would have more information about campus operations for Monday later Sunday.

Crews will continue to work throughout the day Sunday to keep roads, sidewalks and parking lots clear.

KU Medical Center also announced they will be closed Monday. The hospital will remain open.

UMKC said day and night classes as well as administrative offices will be closed Monday due to the inclement weather.

Park University announced Sunday evening that Parkville, Downtown Kansas City, Independence and Lenexa offices will be closed Monday along with daytime classes.

Emporia State University and Washburn University in Topeka have also canceled classes for Monday.

Northwest Missouri State said they will be opening their Maryville campus at noon on Monday with classes resuming at that time.

Kansas State University said classes scheduled before noon on both the Manhattan and Polytechnic campuses have been canceled for Monday. Their Olathe campus will be closed Monday.

Other schools are expected to close or have delays Monday due to the heavy snow and slick roads.

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