Among proposed changes, a requirement for sophomores to live on campus was included in the university's Vision 2022. File Photo | Mustang News

Update Tuesday, Oct. 24 9:10 p.m.:

According to San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Tony Cipolla, an autopsy report from the coroner’s office can take six to eight weeks to complete. When the autopsy report is complete, further information regarding the cause of death will be reported to University Police.

The title of this story has been changed as new information was released. 

Update Tuesday, Oct. 24 3:05 p.m.:

President Jeffrey Armstrong sent a campuswide email identifying the deceased person as business administration junior Brett Tyler. Armstrong said Tyler passed away due to “natural causes” in his PCV apartment last night.

Counseling services are available for students 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling 805-756-2511.

Original post:

University Police was called into Poly Canyon Village (PCV) around 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23 on a report of a possible deceased person, according to university spokesperson Matt Lazier.

Officers who responded to the call located a deceased person in a PCV apartment. There were no signs of foul play.

A coroner from the San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Office has been called to the scene. This is standard procedure for a death investigation.

The investigation is ongoing and more updates will come as new information is released.

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