PSFA Building Closure - Updated May 9, 9:46 a.m.
As SDSU is closing the semester, students have the opportunity to complete course evaluations, including evaluations of courses relocated from the PSFA Building. As these evaluations can have significant consequences for faculty members under evaluation, students are urged to use evaluations to assess the quality of the instructor’s efforts, not the facilities.
Students who have questions are asked to connect with the dean or associate dean in their respective college.
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ONGOING TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF THE PSFA BUILDING
Last Updated May 3, 2019
Please visit PSFA Building Closure Information and FAQs.
As part of a comprehensive and long-term plan for those who hold classes and offices in the PSFA Building, there are three primary options for impacted faculty and staff:
- Once the additional testing results are shared and any identified concerns are mitigated in the next few weeks, faculty and staff may choose to return to the building. Those choosing this option should do so with the understanding that there will be a number of larger repairs and improvements to the building in the next year or more. Additional information about those repairs is forthcoming.
- Faculty and staff, working with their school Directors and Associate Deans, may also decide to remain in their current temporary location until the PSFA Building improvements are completed. This choice would mean remaining relocated through at least the 2019-20 academic year.
- Temporary modular space is being identified for those in the PSFA Dean's Office and other College of PSFA faculty and staff, whose relocation would further free up office space in Adams Humanities for faculty and staff who are not yet assigned individual spaces. The Dean's Office is leading efforts to communicate directly with faculty in this category, and in-person meetings have been held throughout this week and will continue until this is addressed.
All impacted faculty and staff are asked to please share their preferences by May 31 via: PSFA Occupant Permanent Location Requests form.
As of May 2, the form has been updated to capture comments from faculty and staff.
For more individualized questions or comments, please contact your Associate Dean and Radmila Prislin, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs - Resource Management, directly.