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Campus ventilation systems are designed to deliver outdoor air exchange consistent with building code requirements and consensus industry standards. Over the past several years, the university has also been upgrading its air filtration systems to further optimize its general indoor air quality, and also provide additional resiliency during wildfire seasons. Where possible, the university has standardized on MERV-13 grade filtration which is often used in hospitals and urgent-care/outpatient facilities. Visit Cardinal Recovery for details.