Fall 2021 Updates

Our decision to delay the commencement of most of our face-to-face teaching and pause our repopulation was a strong decision and has had an overall positive impact even though it created as many questions as it did answers. The purpose of this email is to share with you as much information as I can now.

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  • All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to certify and document full vaccination in the myStanState portal no later than Sept. 30, 2021.
  • To meet the Sept. 30th vaccination requirement, individuals should have received at least the first dose of a two-dose series. Information on completing the verification or exemption module for students or employees is available on the COVID-19 Vaccination website.
  • All staff should work with their supervisors to determine their work arrangements between now and Oct. 1. Most offices have reverted to online work. Depending on the office's needs, some staff may work on campus.
  • Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings. This requirement applies to all businesses in Stanislaus County, ordered by Stanislaus County Public Health.
  • Remember to submit the required daily screening form before traveling to campus.

The next Fridays for Fall meeting is Sept. 17.

  • All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to certify and document full vaccination in the myStanState portal no later than Sept. 30, 2021. Information on completing the verification or exemption module for students or employees is available on the COVID-19 Vaccination website.
  • All staff should work with their supervisors to determine their work arrangements between now and Oct. 1. Most offices have reverted to online work. Depending on the office needs, some staff may work on campus.
  • Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings. This requirement applies to all businesses in Stanislaus County, ordered by Stanislaus County Public Health. It took effect on Saturday, Sept. 4.
  • Remember to submit the required daily screening form before traveling to campus.

Fridays for Fall is canceled this Friday, Sept. 10. The weekly meetings will resume Sept. 17.

Warriors, please be advised: Stanislaus County Public Health Requires Face Coverings Indoors

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Stanislaus State is offering N95 respirators to all employees for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status, to use voluntarily when working on campus.

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Fall 2021 Updates

  • All faculty, staff, and students are reminded to certify and document full vaccination in the myStanState portal no later than Sept. 30, 2021. You can view the guide to completing the verification or exemption module.
  • All staff should work with their supervisors to determine their work arrangements between now and Oct. 1. Most offices have reverted to online work. Depending on the office needs, some staff may work on campus.
  • Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings. 
  • Remember to submit the required daily screening form before traveling to campus.

Academic Affairs Drop-In Q&A Sessions

Here are the upcoming dates and times for the Office of Academic Affairs weekly drop-in Q&A series. The Academic Affairs team will be available to answer questions and address concerns.

  • 3-4 p.m. Sept. 2, 2021
  • 9-10 a.m. Sept. 10, 2021 
  • 2-3 p.m. Sept. 16, 2021
  • Noon-1 p.m. Sept. 21, 2021
  • 8:30-9:30 a.m. Sept. 27, 2021 
  • 4-5 p.m. Oct. 4, 2021
  • 11 a.m. to noon Oct. 12, 2021
  • 3:30-4:30 p.m. Oct. 20, 2021
  • 10-11 a.m. Oct. 29, 2021

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Study spaces, computer labs and more are now available on campus. Here’s what you need to know to reserve a study space, visit an open lab and more...

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  • All faculty, staff, and students are reminded to certify and document full vaccination in the myStanState portal no later than Sept. 30, 2021. You can locate the guide to completing the verification or exemption module here.
  • All staff should work with their supervisors to determine their work arrangements between now and Oct. 1. Most offices have reverted to online work. Depending on the office needs, some staff may work on campus.
  • Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings.
  • Remember to submit the required daily screening form before travelling to campus.

As fall semester is rapidly approaching, students who requested a medical or religious exemption should be planning to start their weekly COVID-19 testing in order to have their testing documentation before the first day they plan to be on campus.

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Fall 2021 Updates

In-person Instruction and Campus Repopulation Delayed Until Oct. 1

  • ALL instruction will start on Aug. 23. However, courses that were planned for face-to-face or hybrid instruction will begin in virtual formats and will transition to in-person on-campus instruction on Oct.1.
  • Employees working on campus will be contacted by their supervisor if the effects of this delay of repopulation impact their current on-campus schedule.

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To facilitate communication about the implications of this notice, there will be a virtual drop-in, open office hours offered for the campus community to join via Zoom:

Provost Ogle will host a webinar for faculty and Academic Affairs staff on the fall semester repopulation plan. The webinar is designed to answer questions and concerns about the return to campus for classes, office coverage and other activities.

Please be advised: 

  1. COVID-19 vaccination is required for all faculty, staff and students by Sept. 30. 
  2. Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings. 
  3. Submitting a daily screening form is required for everyone who comes to campus.

ALL instruction will start on Aug. 23. However, courses that were planned for face-to-face or hybrid instruction will begin in virtual formats and will transition to in-person on-campus instruction on Oct. 1. Employees working on campus will be contacted by their supervisor if the effects of this delay of repopulation impact their current on-campus schedule.

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The COVID-19 Self-Certification in the PeopleSoft Self-Service module is now active. View instructions for completing the COVID-19 Self-Certification.

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Please be advised: 

  1. COVID-19 vaccination is required for all faculty, staff and students by Sept. 30. 
  2. Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings. 
  3. Submitting a daily screening form is required for everyone who comes to campus. 
  4. Physical distancing will be maintained with physical spaces, maximum room occupancy and furniture arranged to facilitate 3 feet of physical distance. 
  5. Campus buildings are open today for normal schedules 7:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. The Mary Stuart Rogers (MSR) Building is open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Library will open Aug. 23 

The newly-refurbished Vasché Library will not be open to the campus community until Aug. 23. While the construction fencing is scheduled to be removed soon, only authorized personnel will be allowed to access the building before classes begin. Virtual library services remain available. 

OIT Service Desk 

The Office of Information Technology will set up a service desk from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday in MSR 120. OIT is moving out of the Library Annex and into its permanent home inside the library, with the MSR 120 service desk in place to serve the campus community until the Library building opens to everyone on Aug. 23.

Coping with Stress 

The California State University will offer a free livestream, “Success or Stress: Thriving in a Chaotic World” beginning at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 24.

As the start of the fall semester approaches, here is some important information you need to be prepared for the return to campus.

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Please be advised:

  1. COVID-19 vaccination is required for all faculty, staff and students by Sept. 30.
  2. Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings.
  3. Submitting a daily screening form is required for everyone who comes to campus.
  4. Physical distancing will be maintained with physical spaces, maximum room occupancy and furniture arranged to facilitate three feet of physical distance.
  5. Campus buildings will be open beginning Aug. 9 for normal schedules 7:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. The Mary Stuart Rogers (MSR) Building will be open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

We look forward to welcoming you to campus for the start of the fall 2021 semester. On Tuesday, the CSU announced it will require vaccinations for all faculty, staff and students, effective immediately. As you plan your return to campus please keep the following critical dates in mind.

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Stan State will start by implementing the requirement for all management personnel (MPP), confidential employees (C99), unrepresented employees and students. These groups will be required to upload proof of vaccination (at least the first dose) or request a medical or religious exemption into the PeopleSoft Self-Service module by  Aug. 13.

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Today, the California State University formally announced its COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students taking classes at both our campuses in Turlock and Stockton.

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Today, the California State University formally announced its COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students, faculty and staff returning to campus in the fall. Faculty, staff and students must certify and document full vaccination no later than Sept. 30, 2021.

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Please be advised:

  1. Face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, when entering campus buildings.
  2. Submitting a daily screening form is required for everyone who comes to campus.
  3. Social distancing will be maintained with physical spaces, maximum room occupancy and furniture arranged to facilitate three feet of physical distance.
  4. All personal protective materials and cleaning supplies must be ordered through the COVID Supply Store.

Library Update:

The newly remodeled Vasché Library on the Turlock campus will open for the fall semester beginning Aug. 23. Scheduled hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Stockton Campus Library will also open, and its hours will be announced soon. Those who want to use in-person library services will be required to wear a face covering and complete the COVID-19 daily screening. Additionally, physical spaces and furniture will be arranged to facilitate 3 feet of physical distance. More information will be available on the University Library webpage in the near future.

Fall Events Update:

Guidance for in-person University events has been established with COVID-19 protocols in place. An explanation of the practices was sent by email to campus community members and also is available for viewing on the Fall 2021 Updates webpage

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COVID-19 Supplies:

All personal protective materials and cleaning supplies must be ordered through the COVID Supply Store.

In the coming weeks, the Fall Planning committee will continue to address the following issues and concerns:   

  • Status of policy regarding requiring vaccination to return to campus. 
  • Further guidance on the implementation of the face covering mandate, including optional syllabus language for faculty teaching in-person classes.
  • Return to campus plans for staff and faculty.
  • Space needs for students to participate in online classes while on campus.         
  • Planning for the future, including potential long-term impacts of the pandemic on recruitment, admissions, enrollment and funding.

We invite you to join the weekly Fridays for Fall meetings to stay abreast of all updates as fall quickly approaches. We will be deliberate and intentional about making adjustments based on guidance and feedback from faculty, staff and students.

If you have questions related to fall planning, please submit them to co-chairs Provost Rich Ogle and/or Vice President Christene James.

As departments and committees begin to consider event planning this fall, please be advised of the following...

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As we prepare to welcome you back for the fall 2021 semester and for the campus’s repopulation, upholding Stan State’s community standards about safety is the responsibility of all Warriors.

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While we await the pending CSU vaccination requirement, continuing to require face coverings is a recognized measure to protect against the virus.

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Please be advised:

  • Upon FDA approval, COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all CSU students, faculty and staff. Be prepared, don't wait. Get vaccinated now.
  • To protect the entire Warrior community, face coverings are required when entering all buildings on campus until further notice.
  • Managers and supervisors, please share your unit risk assessments and return to office plans with your direct reports as soon as possible. If supplies are needed for your unit, they can be ordered from the COVID Supply Store.
  • On-campus COVID-19 testing is now available Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in Lot 11.
  • The Stanislaus County Health Services Agency vaccination clinic at Stan State has been closed due to low demand. Vaccines are available near the Turlock campus at CVS and Rite Aid by appointment or walk-in. Visit myturn.ca.gov to locate a vaccine near you.

Stan State’s fall semester begins in just five weeks, and we are excited as we prepare for the start of a new academic year and campus’s repopulation.

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Please be advised:

  1. Face coverings are still required unless you are alone in an enclosed office with the door closed. Those working outdoors do not have to wear a face covering unless physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  2. Submitting a daily screening form is required for everyone who comes to campus.
  3. Social distancing is strongly encouraged.
  4. All staff members are expected to transition to a hybrid schedule effective the week of Aug. 9.
  5. Offices will reopen for regular hours on Wednesday, Aug. 18.

Please do your part to keep our Warrior community healthy. All Warriors are strongly encouraged to get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as it is available to them through their health care provider or vaccine clinics.

Stan State’s fall semester begins in just six weeks, and we are growing increasingly excited as we prepare for the campus’s repopulation.

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Please be advised:

  1. Face coverings are still required unless you are alone in an enclosed office with the door closed.
  2. All faculty, staff, students and guests must continue to complete the daily self-screening before coming to campus.
  3. Social distancing is strongly encouraged.

Renewed Committee Charge
The Fall Planning Committee is designed to facilitate discussion and resolution of all topics related to the repopulation of campus in the fall. It is comprised of representatives from university stakeholders across the campus. Representatives on the committee are charged with not only sharing information with each college, division and department, but also bringing feedback and topics for discussion to the meetings. This group informs what needs to be communicated broadly.

In the coming weeks, the committee will seek to address the following expressed concerns:

  • Status of policy regarding requiring vaccination to return to campus
  • Status of completed Risk Assessments, Parts 1 and 2
  • Planning for the future, including potential long-term impacts of the pandemic on recruitment, admissions, enrollment and funding

If you have questions related to fall planning, please submit them to co-chairs Provost Rich Ogle and/or VP Christene James.

Please be advised:

  1. Face coverings are still required unless you are alone in an enclosed office with the door closed.
  2. All faculty, staff, students and guests must continue to complete the daily self-screening before coming to campus.
  3. Social distancing is strongly encouraged.

Fall Planning Meeting Transitioning to Report-Out Forum
The fall planning meeting is transitioning to a report-out forum with small working groups being formed organically and on an as-needed basis. Workgroups and stakeholders will provide weekly updates highlighting ongoing preparations for fall, as well as questions and concerns that require immediate attention.

Guidance regarding work-related travel
Systemwide travel restrictions announced last year at the onset of the pandemic, have been lifted as of June 1. However, for our continued safety and for cost-savings reasons, faculty and staff are encouraged to continue to utilize virtual meetings as much as possible. Therefore, any travel by individuals will require pre-approval by your Vice President, who will rely on current CSU travel guidance to determine whether travel is appropriate and necessary to conduct business. Approvals should be managed through the Concur Travel tool utilizing the “requests” tab, a process which requires manager approval prior to arranging the trip.

This guidance regarding travel will remain in effect until Dec. 31, 2021.

We will continue to keep you up to date on all aspects of the campus repopulation over the coming months.

Warriors Take Care
We are anxiously preparing campus for your return. As we look forward to returning to in-person learning, it's more important now than ever to get vaccinated and do your part to protect your roommates, friends, classmates, and campus staff.

Visit MyTurn.ca.gov or call 1-833-422-4255 to locate a vaccination site near you and make your appointment today.

  • 31.44% of students responded to the student survey. View the results.
  • Results of the Reopening Survey for Staff, which received a 61% response rate, are available for review.
  • CalOHSA guidelines have not been finalized and we are awaiting another emergency meeting for clarification.
  • There continues to be significant discussion around masking requirements. Our expectation is that masking will be required through the fall semester, however, guidelines are contingent on more information from public agencies.
  • The CSU is still negotiating the vaccine policy with our collective bargaining units.

Fall Planning meeting will continue on Monday from 9 to 10 a.m.

Staff Repopulation meeting will continue Thursday from 1 to 2 p.m.

Fridays at Fall meeting will continue at 3 p.m. on Fridays.

These meetings may be canceled if there are no updates to discuss.

Return to Campus Surveys Now Live
Staff return-to-campus survey was distributed by email Tuesday, May 18. As of Friday, 44 percent of the surveys had been returned. If you have not done so already, please submit responses today. The staff survey closes at midnight, Tuesday May 25.

Students also are currently being surveyed. The faculty survey, previously submitted, is with SEC for review.

Class Schedule Update
With 38 new in-person courses as of Friday, there are 967 face-to-face courses scheduled, which represents 39.4 percent of classes.

Fall 2021 Schedule

  • ASI recommended waiting to finalize the Fall Schedule a bit longer (60 days prior to the start of the fall semester); this would be June 24 and after Gov. Gavin Newsom’s June 15 announcement so things might be clearer at that point.
  • After discussion, the recommendation was made not to change the teaching modality after June 1st as that imposes unnecessary instability for students and faculty. In-person course sections will be added in response to needs discovered during NSO and TSO. President Junn supports this recommendation. See the full discussion notes.

Safety Guidelines
The planned Cal/OSHA Standards Board has postponed its voting on the COVID Emergency Temporary Standard until June 3 in the wake of the Centers for Disease Control announcement that fully vaccinated people may go without face coverings in some settings. With this update, the draft with new language will be open for public comment until May 28 to be followed by the vote at the June 3 emergency meeting. Regardless of the eventually approved protocols, face coverings are expected to be required at Stan State in the fall, and social distancing guidelines will be in place.

No Fridays for Fall This Week
Due to Commencement ceremonies, the weekly Fridays for Fall Zoom meeting scheduled for 3 p.m. on Friday, May 28, has been canceled.

Safety Guidelines Still in Place
The Centers for Disease Control recently updated its Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated Individuals. Safety and Risk Management Interim Director Kellie Marshall reminds everyone that despite these new guidelines suggesting those fully vaccinated are largely free to be in public without masks, state and local guidelines remain in effect. Currently, masks and social distancing norms at Stan State, in Stanislaus County and in California remain unchanged. We are waiting for guidance from both the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and Cal OSHA on how these new recommendations will impact our campus.

Staff Survey This Week
Staff should look for a survey to measure your thoughts on returning to campus this week. A link will be sent via email, but results will not link back to the email recipient, making the survey anonymous.

Fall 2021 Class Schedule Update

  • Department chairs and program directors were invited to a special session of the Fall 2021 Planning Workgroup.
  • Currently, there are 929 in-person sections offered for fall out of a total 2,441 course sections (37%).
  • Six campuses, including Stanislaus State, are being encouraged by the Chancellor’s Office to increase the number of in-person sections to at least 51% of the total courses offered.
  • President Junn asked faculty to review their course offerings and determine whether they are able to shift some of their online course sections to in-person for the fall.

More Fall 2021 Updates
Join the Fridays for Fall weekly meetings at 3 p.m. for updates on the University’s fall 2021 plan. For up-to-date information, visit the Fall 2021 Planning webpage.

Much of the current planning and expectations were covered in President Ellen Junn’s May 6 message to the campus. Here are more fall planning highlights:

Travel Restrictions: Though restrictions are being lifted as of June 1, CDC travel guidelines may change. Travel will require a signature from your vice president, and you cannot travel to CSU-banned states.

Risk Assessments: Safety and Risk Management has begun to receive completed assessments from supervisors for their staff. Once completed and approved, employees may volunteer, with their supervisor’s approval, to return to campus.

Furniture and Tech Item Move Back: There is a new online work order system being formulated for employees to put in a work order for assistance in moving items back into their offices, as needed, through Capital Planning and Facilities Management.

More Fall 2021 Updates: Join the Fridays for Fall weekly meetings at 3 p.m. for updates on the University’s fall 2021 plan. For up-to-date information, visit the Fall 2021 Planning webpage.

Class Schedule

The Fall 2021 Planning Committee reported on Monday, April 26, that the class schedule, which will be made public on Wednesday, May 5, showed:

  • 2,453 sections total
  • 853 sections in-person, hybrid or televised (previously 691, increase of 35%)
  • 1,599 sections fully online (previously 1,664)
  • 604 sections asynchronous, no days/times listed (previously 612)
  • 995 sections synchronous online with days/times listed (previously 1,052)

There were no unplaced classes. Anyone who wanted to offer a F2F course was able to do so. None of the non-traditional/non-instructional spaces needed to be used.

Repopulation Plans Remain a Work in Progress

The Fall 2021 Planning Committee noted many repopulation decisions hinged on the class schedule, which it now has, making planning clearer. The committee reiterated that fall will likely be a transition to a more “normal” spring.

Repopulating requires risk assessments, which will remain relevant and critical, even after the color-tiered system ceases on June 15. Safety and Risk Management must adhere to CalOSHA COVID-19 requirements and is not guided by tiers. Managers should be working with their staff to understand the needs of each unit.

OIT is continuing work on telecommuting technology bundles. They are still awaiting equipment but will be working with managers on what is needed for their units.

New Travel Guidance

Travel will no longer be restricted after June 1. All travel must be approved by a vice president and must be in compliance with CDC guidelines and restrictions.

Summer Hours

Human Resources will be notifying the campus community that those returning to work on campus for the summer will be working traditional summer hours, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Risk Management Assessments and Protection Plans at a Glance

Regulations and protocols for repopulating the campus are available on the Risk Assessments & Protection Plans webpage created by Safety and Risk Management, with links to additional COVID-19 information.

Open Forums

Join the Fridays for Fall weekly meetings at 3 p.m. for updates on the University’s fall 2021 plan. For up-to-date information, visit the Fall 2021 webpage.

Face-to-Face/Hybrid Courses

As of last Friday, 809 sections of face-to-face/hybrid courses have been approved, representing about 35 percent of total sections offered for the fall. Work continues on fall planning with the full registration catalog scheduled to be available May 5.

On-campus events still being discussed

Some events will resume in the fall in accordance with California Department of Public Health guidelines. These events will primarily be restricted to those connected to Stan State’s core academic mission. Additional guidance on events will be communicated to faculty, students and staff as it becomes known. Discussions also continue regarding the potential return of summer camps.

Join the Fridays for Fall weekly meetings at 3 p.m. for updates on the University’s fall 2021 plan. For up-to-date information, visit the Fall 2021 webpage.

Face-to-Face Courses

The first rounds of face-to-face courses have been placed in the fall 2021 schedule, and additional space is available. Faculty wanting to add face-to-face/hybrid courses for fall must do so by Tuesday, April 20 as the schedule must be posted May 5.

Campus Repopulation

Managers are completing risk assessments to determine how to safely repopulate their departments. Departments are encouraged to submit assessments before the June 30 deadline.

Open Forums

Open forums to discuss fall planning with President Ellen Junn and University leadership are scheduled this week:
Staff: 2 p.m. Thursday, April 22
Students: 1 p.m. Friday, April 23
Faculty: 2 p.m. Friday, April 23

Join the Fridays for Fall weekly meetings at 3 p.m. for updates on the University’s fall 2021 plan. For up-to-date information, visit the Fall 2021 webpage.

Previous Communications

Please see these links for previous campuswide messages:

April 12, 2021 – Safety Continues to Guide Stan State’s Fall Return Decisions

April 9, 2021 – Stan State Vaccination Clinic Hours for Apr. 10

April 8, 2021 – Statement on State Announcement to Reopen CA’s Economy

April 5, 2021 – Updated Travel Guidelines from Stanislaus County HSA

April 1, 2021 – Students: Important Updates Regarding Fall 2021 Registration Dates

April 1, 2021 – Faculty: Important Updates Regarding Fall 2021 Schedule and Registration Dates

March 31, 2021 – UPDATE: COVID-19 Vaccine for ALL Age 16+

March 24, 2021 – Fall 2021 Planning

March 5, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic and Eligibility Updates

February 22, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Updates for Feb. 23 & 24

February 20, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic and Eligibility Updates

January 24, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Monday and Wednesday, Jan. 25 & 27

January 20, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccination Site at Stan State Thursday, Jan. 21

January 18, 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccine Update

January 15, 2021 – Stanislaus County COVID-19 Vaccination Site at Stan State

January 7, 2021 – COVID-19 Testing at Stan State

Dec. 9, 2020 – California State University Anticipates Return to In-Person Coursework for Fall 2021 Term

December 15, 2020 – Recommended COVID-19 Testing Protocol

December 7, 2020 – Regional Stay at Home Order

November 25, 2020 – Important COVID-Related Updates

November 20, 2020 – Holiday Travel Message from President Junn

August 23 – COVID-19 Dashboard and Updates

June 19 – Stan State Employees: Face Coverings, Sanitation and Disinfection

June 15 – Parking Program - 2020 Summer & Fall Permit Plan

May 29 – Students: Modifications to Fall 2020 Course Schedule

May 21 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

May 14 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

May 13 – President Junn Announces Plans for Fall 2020

May 7 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

April 30 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

April 23 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

April 16 – OIT Notice: Coronavirus Related Fraud Alert

April 16 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

April 9 – Virtual Conversations with President Junn

March 31 – Quick Reference Guide of Critical Information

March 29 – COVID-19 Update: Computer Lab Closures

March 26 – Social Distancing and Access to Campus Buildings, Resources & Support

March 20 – COVID-19 Update: Campus Information

March 19 – To Our Stan State WARRIOR Family

March 18 – COVID-19 Update: Classes and Student Services Online

March 18 – COVID-19 Parking Refund Update

March 17 – Employees: Social Distancing

March 16 – Designated ESSENTIAL Employee

March 16 – COVID-19 Update: Campus Accelerated Social Distancing Measures

March 16 – COVID-19 Update: Regarding Suspension of Face-to-Face Classes

March 15 – New COVID-19 Update for Employees

March 12 – COVID-19 Update: Important Information Regarding Instruction and Campus Operations

March 11 – COVID-19 Message to the Campus

March 9 – Coronavirus Update

March 3 – Coronavirus - Message to the Campus Community

February 14 – Updated Guidance for Novel Coronavirus