Cal State San Bernardino is expressing remorse after sending an email to students about job opportunities.

The school sent an email to students about employment with Customs and Border Protection, a federal agency drawing the ire of leftists who prefer open borders.

After complaints about “triggering” students, Cal State administrator Sarai Maldonado was very sorry.

Sent from the CSUSB Career Center, the interim director wrote, “The Career Center sincerely apologizes for the email sent to all students on Monday, August 5, 2019, regarding the employment webinars offered by the U.S. Border Patrol. We recognize that some recipients experienced distress due to the content of the message, and we acknowledge the validity of your concerns.

“Please know that the Career Center is committed to informing students about employment opportunities while also considering the safety and well-being of all members of the campus community,” Maldonado wrote in the email made public by Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA.

She went on to coddle the kiddos.

“If you wish to address this in person, you are welcome to visit the Career Center to speak to our Interim Director. … You may also contact Counseling and Psychological Services if you would like to speak with a professional counselor or visit our Undocumented Student Success Center in SU-102B for additional resources or support,” she concluded.