The California State University, Northridge campus is closed and classes have been canceled for today, Dec. 7.
High winds and smoke from the fires in and around the San Fernando Valley have affected air quality on campus and traffic conditions. University officials are closely monitoring the situation and will post updates as necessary.
Students, faculty and staff should not come to campus today. Students should consult with their instructor if they have questions regarding their coursework. Employees scheduled to work this day will be granted administrative leave (with no deduction to personal hours accrued) due to the campus closure.
Physical Plant Management employees are asked to report to campus in accordance with their work schedule and to contact their supervisor if they are unable to do so. Employees designated as “essential personnel” by their supervisor should also report to campus.
CSUN students, employees and others should monitor the university’s homepage and the following dial-in numbers for further information: 1-866-535-2786 for faculty/staff and 1-866-515-2786 for students and the community.