San Francisco State University officials are calling for all in-person instruction and services to be done remotely Tuesday due to a threat to the campus that remains under investigation.
Earlier Tuesday, SFSU officials said in-person classes would not start until 10 a.m. due to the “anonymous, non-specific threat,” but they later clarified all in-person classes should move to remote learning if possible.
All university buildings, including the library, remain closed Tuesday morning and students in campus residential buildings are asked to stay inside until notified otherwise, SFSU spokesperson Kent Bravo said.
No other information about the threat was immediately available.
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