Nov. 13, 2018

6:52 p.m.

Out of concern for the well-being of our students, faculty and staff, the University has made a decision to close the campus on Wednesday, Nov. 14. Resident students can continue to access dining and student health services as needed on Wednesday.

Additionally, classes will be suspended until after Thanksgiving and will resume on Monday, Nov. 26.

The campus is currently safe and is not under any evacuation orders and will be open Nov. 15-21; employees should report to work as scheduled.

A list of frequently asked questions for the campus community will be available Thursday on the website. 

 

11:30 a.m. 
You may monitor the current and forecasted air quality in our area by visiting https://www.airnow.gov. This site also contains content to inform the public about steps to consider based on the level of air quality. 

10:48 a.m. Classes Canceled 
Campus is not under evacuation nor is it at risk of fire at this time. However, in light of recent events and out of an abundance of concern for the emotional well-being of the campus community we are canceling classes and activities for the remainder of today. The campus is not closed and we will continue to monitor air quality; we advise you to stay indoors for the time-being. 

Employees, resident students and University Glen residents, please standby for further information.

10:29 a.m.
The University Police Department has received confirmation from the Ventura County Fire Department (VCFD) that neither the campus nor University Glen are under threat of fire from the Boney Mountain flareup. VCFD is evaluating the impact of smoke from this fire. Additional updates will be provided as we learn more.

10:07 a.m.
Our University Police are in communication with the Ventura County Fire Department monitoring a flareup this morning near Boney Mountain. They have advised us that the campus is not under any evacuation orders. Additional updates will be provided as we learn more.