Classes still happening if California Faculty Association strike occurs

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Classes still happening if California Faculty Association strike occurs

In an email sent to students, Paul Zingg stated the Chico State will remain open if the CFA strike happens Photo credit: Michelle Zhu

In an email sent to students, Paul Zingg stated the Chico State will remain open if the CFA strike happens Photo credit: Michelle Zhu

In an email sent to students, Paul Zingg stated the Chico State will remain open if the CFA strike happens Photo credit: Michelle Zhu

In an email sent to students, Paul Zingg stated the Chico State will remain open if the CFA strike happens Photo credit: Michelle Zhu

Kayla Fitzgerald

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All California State University campuses will remain open if the CFA strike happens in April.

The potential strike will not affect students’ abilities to finish classes or graduate on time.

In an email sent to students, Chico State president Paul Zingg stated, “I again emphasize that in the event of a strike, we plan to maintain full campus operations with minimal disruption to students, faculty, staff and guests.”

Faculty participating in the strike cannot block access to campus services, campus, or classrooms.

For further updates, visit the University homepage.

Kayla Fitzgerald can be reached at [email protected] or @kaylafitz_20 on Twitter.

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