Cal State San Bernardino announced Sunday evening that all classes scheduled for Monday, Feb. 5 will be held remotely because of safety concerns with heavy rain and potential flooding expected as a storm system makes its way over the region.
Both the main campus at 5500 University Parkway and the Palm Desert Campus, at 37500 Cook Street, will be closed on Monday, only open for essential operations for staff members, university officials said in the announcement.
Staff members were encouraged by officials to work remotely.
The announcement did not include information on whether Tuesday classes would be impacted by the weather.
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