FORT COLLINS, Colorado (CBS4) – The cold weather closed Colorado State University in Fort Collins for the day. CSU officials alerted Sunday that the campus will be closed to all hybrid, personal and remote classes on Monday.

The CSU will be closed on Monday, February 15. All personal, hybrid and remote classes and operations (meetings / work functions) will be closed / canceled as extremely cold weather moves to the area. Facility management asks individuals not to come on campus and enter buildings. pic.twitter.com/WvF4dheL7Y

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– Colorado State Univ (@ColoradoStateU) February 15, 2021

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“COVID-19 public health standards require more outside air to circulate through buildings. Unfortunately, due to the extremely cold weather, the university’s heating systems are unlikely to be able to keep building temperatures above levels suitable for operation, ”the university wrote in a press release.

The COVID-19 test sites on campus are also closed on Monday.

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The university also said any non-essential staff who work for campus but work remotely are also off.