PSFA Building Closure - Updated April 5, 5:13 p.m.

SDSU is identifying a range of solutions to support students, faculty and staff who regularly hold classes and have offices in the PSFA Building. Also, to allow time for more comprehensive conversations and planning with our students, faculty and staff, SDSU will not reoccupy the PSFA Building before the end of the semester.

Students who have classes in the PSFA Building should know that their classes will remain relocated to alternative campus spaces. All students should be in touch with their faculty members directly with any questions about their courses and class locations. The updated class list is now available:

PSFA Class Relocation List - Updated 4-5

Also, the FAQs have been updated:

PSFA Building Closure Information and FAQs

Last Updated: April 3, 4:38 a.m.

On Wednesday, April 3, SDSU held the first of two open forums related to the temporary closure of the PSFA Building.

During the open forum, SDSU President Adela de la Torre made the decision not to fully reoccupy the PSFA Building next week. Offices that have been relocated to the Adams Humanities Building are allowed to remain for the time being.

SDSU’s senior leaders are working on both short- and long-term plans to address the ongoing concerns students, faculty and staff have raised about the PSFA Building. Further communications is planned for the days ahead.

A video of the first forum is available online. Also, please visit this website often, as it is regularly updated.

Also during the open forum, Jessica Rentto, SDSU’s Associate Vice President, Administration, provided an update and an overview of the project and also moderated the open forum. Joel I. Berman, vice president of Health Science Associates, served as an expert environmental specialist, providing information about the materials used in the repair project.

The next forum will be held Monday, April 8, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre.

Please revisit this website for timely updates, and also review the FAQs, which are regularly updated.

PSFA Building Closure Information and FAQs

PSFA Class Relocation List - Updated 3-14

Last Updated: April 2, 8:46 a.m.

San Diego State University will host two forums, both of which will be recorded with videos posted to the Urgent Campus Information website. An environmental expert, medical physician, a fire safety expert and construction team members will be present during both forums to answer questions about the building, repairs, materials used, health risk, the project timeline and air quality testing results forums. Additional information about the forums is included in the FAQs.

Students, faculty and staff who have classes and offices in the PSFA Building are encouraged to attend the forums (both of which will be recorded), which will be held:

  • April 3: 10 to 11:30 a.m., in Templo Mayor, located on the second floor of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (download a map online)
  • April 8: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre

PSFA Building Closure Information and FAQs

PSFA Class Relocation List - Updated 3-14

Due to ongoing construction and some complaints about odors generated by building materials, SDSU will temporarily close the PSFA Building. The building is scheduled to close to regular use starting Wednesday, March 13, but will remain open that day to facilitate moving needs. Building access restrictions become effective on Thursday, March 14. The building is slated to reopen to regular use on Monday, April 8 (UPDATE: SDSU will begin to fully reoccupy the PSFA Building on Tuesday, April 9). Offices in the PSFA Building are being relocated. Classes are either being relocated or cancelled.