San Francisco State suspends in-person classes, citing anonymous threat
San Francisco University has suspended all in-person classes and other in-person activities because of “an anonymous, non-specific threat,” the campus said Tuesday.
“SF State Police are continuing their investigation of an anonymous, non-specific threat. All in-person instruction and services for Tuesday, Sept. 28 should move to remote modalities if possible. Remote instruction and work should continue as planned,” the campus said in a statement posted to Facebook.
The campus added that all university buildings, including its library, would be closed and urged students living on campus to remain in their residences “until notified otherwise.”