Here's How to Check if Your Class Has Been Cancelled When the Weather is Bad

 

Many factors are considered when determining if a class should be cancelled because of bad weather. Faculty will make the decision to cancel a class at least two hours before it is scheduled to start. We have two primary methods of notifying students.

Check our website, blog or Twitter feed for an announcement:

From your desktop, visit GrantLifeLink.com and check our News and Announcements section or our News Blog

From your smart phone, including iPhone and Android devices, visit: Mobile.GrantLifeLink.com

Call LifeLink at 614-566-9111, then choose:

Option 1, Outreach Education for continuing education classes such as ACLS, BLS, PALS, Paramedic Refreshers, A&P, etc. or

Option 2, EMS Education for the Franklin County Firefighters/Grant Medical Center EMT-Basic and Paramedic Schools

After listening to the menu for Outreach Education or EMS Education, press the option for Class Cancellation and Weather Announcements.

If a class is scheduled  in a county where a level 3 snow emergency is declared, class is automatically cancelled.