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CSULB Emergency Contacts

In the event of any emergency or natural disaster, information concerning the status of California State University, Long Beach will be available to students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members through the following:

Emergency Update Information, (800) 341-5505

In case of a major university-wide emergency, recorded information will be provided and regularly updated at this number.

CSULB Switchboard, (562) 985-4111

Recorded Information concerning the university's status will be available for employees, students, parents, and community members.

Personal Voice Mail Number, (562) 985-1234

In addition to campus status, additional information pertinent to faculty and staff will be recorded on the Voice mail System. To access the system, dial (562) 985-5999.

CSULB Student Residents, (562) 985-4187

In addition to campus status, information concerning students living in the residence halls will be available at this number.

Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, (562) 985-5942

Pre-recorded information concerning the status of the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center will be available at this number. In the event of a campus closure during the center's hours of operation parents will be notified directly. The Center's main telephone number, (562) 985-5333 will remain open for parent call until all children have been picked up.

Child and Family Center, (562) 985-8500

Parents with children in the Child and Family Center operated by the Department of Family and Consumer Services should call the center directly for information.

KKJZ, 88.1 FM

KKJZ FM (88.1 FM) will announce campus status reports at the beginning of each hour. More frequent broadcasts will be added if necessary.

Los Angeles-Area Broadcast Stations

CSULB will notify major radio stations and televisions concerning campus closure and other information. The information will be broadcast at the individual station's discretion.