GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) - After a week without classes, ECU students are preparing to head back to school this week.
East Carolina University officials encouraged students to return to campus and their off-campus housing after noon on Sunday to give more roads a chance to dry out.
Classes will resume on Tuesday.
Students say they have some catching up to do after classes were canceled last week because of Hurricane Matthew.
"The second round of exams are coming up and so a lot of teachers have had to cut things back, so it's been hard, but I think we'll end up getting everything straight Tuesday when we start back," says student Ivey Little.
The university has set up a call center for students, parents, and employees who have non-emergency questions at 252-737-5100.
East Carolina University students will return to class on Tuesday.
The university has been closed this week due to Hurricane Matthew flooding.
Students are being asked not to return to Greenville until after noon on Sunday as some major roads remain flooded.
The university has set up a call center for students, parents, and employees who have non-emergency questions. That number, 252-737-5100, will be staffed until 5:00 p.m. Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.