07
December
2017
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10:46 PM
America/Los_Angeles

CSUSM Emergency Management

San Diego County has issued the highest possible wildfire alert for today as weather conditions include a combination of strong Santa Ana winds and single-digit humidity levels. CSUSM is monitoring the fires throughout Southern California and our thoughts are with those who have lost homes and property. Currently, no fires are threatening the vicinity of the university.

In case of an emergency that impacts CSUSM, University Police will provide important information via our Emergency Notification System. All current students and employees are registered to receive alerts. Parents and family members who would like to optin may do so online: http://www.csusm.edu/em/notification_system/em_notif_system_opt-in.html

During an emergency, please stay tuned to local media and verified social media accounts. CSUSM will provide ongoing updates via e-mail and will post to www.csusm.edu as well as official social media accounts: Facebook and Twitter.

In addition, you can receive alerts from the County of San Diego by registering your information with AlertSanDiego or via the AlertSanDiego app.

Finally, we’d like to share Cal Fire’s website: http://www.readyforwildfire.org/

If you or anyone you know in the CSUSM community could use some assistance at this time, please connect with our campus resources. For students, contact SOAR at 760-750-SOAR. Faculty may call the Office of Faculty Affairs at 760-750-8362. Managers and staff may call the Office of Human Resources at 760-750-4418.