UPDATE: (As of Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2001). Classes have resumed on all CSU campuses that are currently in session. Special campus observances of the national tragedy are being planned (check the individual campus websites for more information). The September Trustees meeting will be rescheduled for a date yet to be determined.
CSU to Cancel Classes Today
California State University campuses have cancelled all classes today (Tuesday, September 11), and all non-essential university personnel are being asked to leave the campuses and return home in the wake of the American tragedy, CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed announced today.
The CSU Board of Trustees meeting, which was scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday in Long Beach at CSU headquarters, has been cancelled.
The 23 CSU campuses will maintain essential operations, such as police and security, plant operations, libraries, residence halls and food services.
Chancellor Reed said that the campus presidents, in consultation with his office, will make determinations about classes on Wednesday and following days.
At this point, the CSU Chancellor's Office will remain open.
Last Updated: 12 Sept. 2001