The campus lockdown drill–begun at 10:30am–is now complete. All students, staff, and faculty should have had an opportunity to review the “run, hide, fight” steps. For those who did not, you are encouraged to watch the following video and/or review the campus handout.
*PLNU Alert!* Power has been restored to Main Campus. ITS is in the process of restoring campus network and phone service. Classes will convene and employees should report to work as scheduled tomorrow. Strong winds are expected through the night, however, so continue to exercise caution while outdoors. No further updates.
*PLNU Alert!* High winds across campus have resulted in falling trees and branches. PLNU recommends those on campus shelter in place away from windows and use extreme caution when outside. A local power outage has also resulted in a loss of power to all campus buildings with no estimate for service restoration. CampFurther updates to… Read More »
The report of an active shooter situation at the US Navy Medical Center in Balboa Park from earlier this morning was unfounded. PLNU officials monitored the situation and no PLNU campus was ever in danger. No further updates.
*PLNU Alert!* ALL CLEAR. The author of the social media post was identified and questioned. Campus officials are satisfied that there is no threat to the campus community. Public Safety is grateful for the information provided by members of the PLNU community in response to this incident.
Public Safety is aware of an anonymous social media post from earlier today that is concerning in nature. While concerning, the post did not constitute an overt threat to PLNU specifically. SDPD is actively investigating. Public Safety and SDPD will also be increasing their presence in the area. In the meantime, be vigilant and report… Read More »
The San Diego County Department of Environmental Health has issued a General Advisory for coastal waters due to the recent heavy rainfall: Swimmers, surfers and other ocean users are warned that levels of bacteria can rise significantly in oceans and bays, especially near storm drains, creeks, rivers and lagoon outlets that discharge urban runoff. Urban… Read More »
The National Weather Service has issued a tsunami advisory for coastal areas from San Clemente to San Luis Obispo. San Diego is NOT among the areas expected to be affected. “837 PM PDT WED SEP 16 2015 …THE TSUNAMI ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE COASTAL AREAS OF CALIFORNIA FROM SAN ONOFRE STATE BEACH CALIFORNIA… Read More »
There is a probable case of Pertussis (whooping cough) on our campus. You may have been exposed to this highly contagious disease that causes severe coughing. Because no vaccine is 100% protective, even immunized persons can become ill with Pertussis, but the symptoms are usually milder. Pertussis is spread through the air when an ill… Read More »
A large and ongoing outbreak of Measles cases has been reported in southern California, and includes cases in San Diego. The outbreak is being monitored closely by the health services team in the WELLNESS CENTER; they are prepared to respond quickly to any suspicion of Measles on campus. If you are exposed to Measles, you… Read More »