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UCSB to reimburse students for daily commutes while US 101 is shut down

UC SANTA BARBARA - With winter quarter starting on Tuesday, Jan. 16, UC Santa Barbara Chancellor Henry T. Yang announced they are establishing an emergency fund to reimburse UCSB staff, faculty and students south of Montecito for daily commuting costs until U.S. Highway 101 reopens.

Students who need reimbursement and other assistance should contact Dean of Student Life Katya Armistead at katya.armistead@sa.ucsb.edu.

Staff who need assistance with commuting costs and other accommodations should contact Director of Human Resources Cynthia Señeriz at cynthia.seneriz@hr.ucsb.edu.

Faculty who need assistance with commuting costs and other accommodations should contact Acting Assistant Chancellor Chuch Haines at chuck.haines@ucsb.edu.

UCSB will be running shuttles to and from the Goleta Amtrak station and the Santa Barbara Harbor for those students, staff, and faculty that travel using either the train or ferry service provided by the Island Packers and Condor Express.

Temporary emergency shuttle service times are posted at http://www.tps.ucsb.edu/news/temporary-emergency-shuttle-service.


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