This will leave 180,000 people without clean running water -- including JSU students -- who, according to the university, will "pivot to virtual instruction for the remainder of the week."
But, Sanders is going to do everything he can for the Tigers ... starting off with getting them into a hotel.
"I gotta get these kids off campus -- the ones that live on campus, the ones that live in the city of Jackson -- into a hotel and accommodate them so that they can shower properly and take care of their needs," Sanders said.
"Make sure all of our kids are fed, all of our kids have the necessities of life for the next several days, until this crisis resides."
“Please stay safe. Do not drink the water. In too many cases, it is raw water from the reservoir being pushed through the pipes.”
— Gov. Tate Reeves (R-MS) issues a stark warning for Jackson, Mississippi residents after the city's main water treatment facility failed Monday pic.twitter.com/E9YkAVwzeG