Officials at Michigan State University cancelled classes for the second consecutive day.
There will be no class on Thursday, January 31st.
MSU officials cited the freezing temperatures as the reason.
Highs Wednesday are expected to be below zero. Highs Thursday will only be slightly above zero. Bone chilling winds are expected to make for dangerous wind chills.
MSU also cited poor road conditions.
The school has only closed a handful of times in its 164 year history.
Critical employees should report on Thursday. The school expects to get back to normal business on Friday, when high temperatures should be in the teens.