Georgia State’s Dunwoody campus closed Wednesday

Jan 03, 2018
The entrance to the Georgia State University Dunwoody campus. ERIC STIRGUS / ESTIRGUS@AJC.COM

Georgia State University’s Dunwoody campus will be closed Wednesday because of water damage caused by a burst pipe, the campus said on its website.

The university sent an alert shortly before 7 a.m. The alert does not explain what caused the damage to the pipe. The metro Atlanta region has grappled with extremely cold temperatures in recent days. 

Classes begin on the campus Monday.

The campus is located at 2101 Womack Rd.