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Rt. 202 Detour / Construction

We have just been informed that Rt. 202 South (Ramapo Valley Road) will be closed in sections from Darlington Ave. to Long Hill Road due to a water main installation starting Monday, 7/25/22, and continuing into August. Detours will be posted.

We encourage those traveling to campus to use Rt. 17 to access the North/Main Entrance and to reduce traffic near the construction.

Please allow for additional travel time and plan accordingly. Updates will be provided as we receive them.

Current Campus Status

Clarification of Terms in the Event of a College Closure

Lines of authority: The President of the College or their designee has the authority to close the College, adjust hours of operations, and determine modes of operation. This includes closings, delays, and transitions to remote operations due to inclement weather, power outages, adjustment of work schedules for energy savings purposes, or any other disruption that may necessitate a change to normal work hours and modes of operation. The declaration of a state of emergency by the Governor does not supersede the authority of the President of the College or their designee but is always considered when determining College operations.

The College is closed: This means that classes will not be held; instructors will communicate alternate plans to their students; offices are closed; and only essential staff report to campus. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates

Normal Office Hours:
Fall / Spring Hours: Mon.- Fri. 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours: Mon.- Thurs. 8 a.m. 5:15 p.m., Fri. Closed

Should there be a change in College Status, the information will be posted here. Please make sure you have signed up for Alert Me Now messages if you are faculty, staff or a student.

The College’s Information Hotline is: (201) 236-2902.

Reporting an Emergency at Ramapo College

  1. Call Public Safety at 684-6666 or ext. 6666 from a campus phone or go to the Public Safety Office in C-102.
  2. Provide a clear description of the incident/situation, be as specific as possible.
  3. If this is a life-threatening emergency, call 911 as well. Dial 9-911 is calling from a campus phone. Be sure to report the exact location.

Campus Emergency Information

The most effective source of campus emergency information is the free Alert Me Now system available to students, faculty and staff. Once in the system, those signed up will receive instant text, phone, and email message alerts about campus situations from weather-related to emergencies.

  1. College Telephone Hotline for weather delays, closings and other information, (201) 236-2902.
  2. College Closing Procedure Website.