Nicholls residence halls and La Maison apartments reopen; classes resume Monday, Sept. 15

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On-campus residents and commuter students who were housed in the Student Union due to the threat of high winds from Hurricane Ike were allowed to return to on-campus housing and their off-campus accommodations last night. Classes will resume Monday, Sept. 15.

The Vernon F. Galliano Dining Hall is open for food service throughout the weekend.

Until further notice, the water advisory remains in effect. The university will continue to provide bottled water to students who reside on campus for personal hygiene needs and consumption.

Please continue to monitor your Nicholls e-mail account and the university’s Web site,, for updates.

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