For Your Safety

Air Quality

Air quality is a constant concern here in Southern California, with multiple sources, including pollen, wildfire smoke and ash, as well as industrial processes and mobile sources contributing pollutants to the air we breathe.  The links below help us to access air quality and recommend protective measures for students, faculty and staff and visitors to the campus. From this basic start, we can build as we deem necessary.  Thanks!  Teresa

Health and Safety Topics

On August 29, 2014, The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued advice for Colleges, Universities and Students in response to earlier travel warnings to certain West African nations due to an outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). While Ebola poses little risk to the United States general population, clinicians are advised to be alert for signs and symptoms of Ebola in patients who have a recent (within 21 days) travel history to countries where the outbreak is occuring or have had contact with a person infected with Ebola. For additional information, visit the links below: