UAdeC announces suspension of classes due to solar eclipse

UAdeC announces suspension of classes due to solar eclipse


The Autonomous University of Coahuila (UAdeC) announced that as a result of the total eclipse of the Sun, on April 8, the decision was made to suspend classes in order to guarantee the safety of the student community. This average was taken in agreement with the Secretary of Education of the state of Coahuila.

The suspension of work will only apply to students and teachers within the framework of their classes. While administrative staff must report to work during their normal hours.

Classes after 4 in the afternoon, since the eclipse will culminate at 1:36 p.m., will not be affected and will be able to take place.

The highest educational institution reported that due to the scientific importance of the solar eclipse, they will have safe observation spaces, open to society and the university community, where expert people will guide them to enjoy the natural phenomenon, following all safety measures. security.

These observation points will be located at the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in Saltillo, the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Torreón and the Research Center for the Conservation of Biodiversity and Ecology of Coahuila (CICBEC) in Cuatrociénegas.


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