Cal State Fullerton announced Sunday afternoon that all classes scheduled for Monday, Feb. 5 will be held remotely because of the storm that is hitting Southern California and is expected to create dangerous conditions.
The university said it made the decision “out of an abundance of caution and with the safety of students, faculty and staff as its top priority.”
The announcement said staff members are being encouraged to work remotely and that some services on campus will be reduced. The announcement said information about plans for Tuesday is forthcoming.
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