The University of the Pacific contacts students about a case of tuberculosis found on campus.
School officials said they confirmed a case on the Stockton campus.
The infected person will be treated according to a press release from Wednesday University.
People who came into contact with the person were notified, the university said.
"The health and safety of everyone in the Pacific and surrounding communities is our top priority," said Dayna Cerruti-Barbero, director of Pacific Health Services, in a statement. "There is no reason to be alerted."
Health officials offer free trials to students and staff who may have been exposed. If you have not been contacted, there is nothing you need to do about an infectious disease that usually affects the lungs and spreads through the air from person to person, according to the American Lung Association.
Typically, a person has to be near TB for a long period of time, "says the American Lung Association on its website.