Monday, May 13, 2019

Gist Hall Remains Closed, Finals Relocated

Posted By on Mon, May 13, 2019 at 9:48 AM

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Gist Hall at Humboldt State University remains closed today “out of an abundance of caution” after Friday’s discovery of what could be disturbed asbestos and finals have been moved to new locations.

“All classes and other activities in Gist Hall have been suspended,” a release from HSU states. “There is no access to offices or other spaces. Services and other programs in the building are being relocated, and those directly affected are receiving guidance from their divisions or departments.

Employees who work in Gist Hall are directed to call their supervisors. Click here for the list of relocated finals.

Read the notice from HSU below:


Gist Hall Update: Monday Final Exams Relocated

Final exams scheduled for Gist Hall on Monday have been relocated to different spaces on campus. The new locations are available using the link below and will be posted on the Gist Hall doors.

Gist Hall Final Exam Relocation Plan

Gist Hall remains closed, out of an abundance of caution, after the discovery last Friday of possibly disturbed asbestos. HSU has been conducting testing in the facility this weekend, with results expected Monday afternoon.


All classes and other activities in Gist Hall have been suspended. There is no access to offices or other spaces. Services and other programs in the building are being relocated, and those directly affected are receiving guidance from their divisions or departments.


Employees who work in Gist Hall should contact their supervisor. For general updates and information, visit humboldt.edu or call 826-INFO.
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