With improved air quality, travel conditions and weather forecasts for the area surrounding CSUN, the campus will be open and operational Friday, Dec. 8.
The California Air Resources Board and the South Coast Air Quality Management District have consistently indicated air quality within the moderate to good range today, and the campus is outside of any fire evacuation zone. University officials will monitor conditions and will post an update to CSUN.edu by 6 a.m., Friday, Dec. 8.
While classes will be back in session Friday, given the continued and ongoing threat of fires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, students, faculty and staff should continue to stay vigilant. The health and safety of the campus community remains CSUN’s top priority. Students unable to attend class Friday should notify their instructors, and employees impacted by the fires or needing assistance should contact their manager.
Faculty and supervisors are asked to provide accommodations to students and employees affected by the destructive fires and unprecedented weather conditions. CSUN’s finals schedule and academic calendar are not affected by today’s closure.
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.