Status updates on University impacts from the Camp Fire

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Campus remains closed and will reopen Monday, Nov. 26

Updated Monday, Nov.19 at 4:15 p.m.

Due to ongoing poor air quality conditions caused by the fire in Butte County, all San Francisco State University campuses will remain closed and will reopen Monday, Nov. 26. 

A limited number of essential personnel functions in residential life, student health services, the customer service center and University police services will continue. Please do not report to campus unless you’ve been deemed essential personnel.  

N95 masks for students and staff are available at Student Health Services and the Centennial Towers front desk.

Campus will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 26 after the Thanksgiving break.

“I am extremely grateful to the members of the San Francisco State University community who have contributed to the relief efforts for those affected by the wildfires. As we begin this season of thanksgiving, I wish you and your families a safe and pleasant holiday,” said SF State President Leslie E. Wong.



How You Can Help

To support the Chico State community impacted by the Camp Fire, you can donate to the Wildcats Rise - Fire Recovery Fund:

Donations to this fund will support students, faculty, and staff in need of aid for clothing and household goods, electronics such as phones and laptops, transportation, childcare assistance, temporary housing, school supplies, or meal assistance.