What You Need to Know

Courses scheduled for in-person instruction and campus repopulation will transition on Oct. 1.

What's Open, In-Person and Remote Services, see Student Services Directory.

Steps for Coming to Campus

  1. COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all students, faculty and staff returning to campus in the fall.
  2. Submit the Daily Screening Form before traveling to campus.
  3. Monitor your symptoms, stay home if you’re sick and report positive cases.
  4. Everyone must wear face coverings, regardless of vaccination status, in classrooms and all campus buildings.
  5. Maintain at least 3 feet of physical distancing, where possible, when indoors and outdoors.
  6. Unvaccinated individuals must test every week.

These will continue to be adjusted as the public health situation changes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Students may contact the Student COVID-19 Care unit, better known as the Warriors Take Care Team.  The Warriors Take Care Team is responsible for administering student COVID-19-related communications, vaccination self-certifications, exemption processes, testing and tracking and student care management. For questions, you may contact the Warriors Take Care Team by email at wtc@csustan.edu or by phone at (209) 667-3132.

Information can be found on the COVID-19 and Campus Updates webpage.

Warriors Take Care is a team of students who share information, resources and answer questions related to COVID-19 with their peers. Team members engage the campus community in encouraging healthy behaviors, including physical distancing and wearing face coverings. 

Students will see members of the Warriors Take Care team outside classroom buildings, tabling in the Quad, by campus parking lots, etc.

All students should plan to access their course information on Canvas by the first scheduled day of class. Important course information is accessible there, including dates and times the course is scheduled to meet, course zoom links, syllabi outlining course expectations, and more.  Remember that professors may also choose to reach out directly to students through group or your university email to convey additional information about a course.  Learn more about how to use Canvas by joining the Canvas Student Guide e-course.  Canvas support is available to students 24/7 and offers multiple assistance formats, including live chat, direct calls, and scheduled appointments. Contact your professor by email if you have additional questions.

Visit the Current Students page for information to learn about different of course modalities, remote learning resources, the advising hub, technology support, the class schedule, and more.

Visit the Student Services Directory for information. 

Yes. Students, faculty, staff and visitors to the campus must complete the daily self-screening form before arriving on campus. 

Yes. Face coverings are required for everyone on campus until further notice and are to be worn when indoors except when alone in an enclosed office with the door closed. Face coverings do not need to be worn outdoors when physical distancing of more than 3 feet is maintained.

Students can visit the Facing Coverings information page.

Yes. Face coverings are required for everyone on campus until further notice and are to be worn when indoors except when alone in an enclosed office with the door closed. Face coverings do not need to be worn outdoors when physical distancing of 3 feet is maintained.

Our safety measures and protocols are in place to help ensure that everyone in our community remains healthy. Repeated failure to comply with safety measures or protocols, including the face covering requirement, may result in a referral to the Office of Student Conduct. 

 Yes. Safety measures have been taken to facilitate 3 feet of physical distancing in classrooms. In addition, highly touched surfaces inside classrooms are being regularly disinfected and proper building ventilation is in place.

If you think you have COVID-19, we encourage you to visit the “I think I may have COVID-19” webpage for information and resources.

Address the situation through an educational approach. Remind the individual about required campus safety protocols and encourage them to do their part to keep us all safe. Ask a faculty or staff member for support if needed. You can also reach out to the Warriors Take Care team for guidance, wtc@csustan.edu. Further details can be found in the COVID-19 Safety Procedures Enforcement Protocol.

Fall 2021 Reopening Survey Reports:
Visit the IEA website for the survey data

Stanislaus State Fall Information & FAQs:
Fall 2021 Information 8-6-21.pdf

Student Affairs On-Campus Gatherings
Fall 2021 Student Organizations and Division Department Protocols.pdf

Classroom list over 20 seats with 6' & 3' & tier percent.pdf
Stanislaus State classrooms and computer labs with physical distance and tier rooms with 20 or more seats in orange/yellow tier.

“Return to Campus” plan.pdf
This proposed Return to Work plan has not been implemented and is subject to meet and confer as appropriate. This plan may change if the State releases Guidelines for Higher Education as anticipated.

Temporary Telecommute Agreement
Given the evolving nature of the COVID-19 virus, Stanislaus State encourages practical social distancing as recommended by the California Department of Public Health. As such, departments should consider ways of implementing social distancing as a method to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus. One such option for social distancing is telecommuting on a temporary basis where management has determined that such temporary telecommuting is appropriate and viable.

This Temporary Telecommuting Agreement (Agreement) should be used in all instances in which management has determined that an employee may temporarily telecommute as a means of social distancing. In addition, if an employee already has an existing telecommuting agreement in place, this Temporary Telecommuting Agreement should be used in addition so as not to modify an existing agreement because this Temporary Telecommuting Agreement provides the flexibility needed to adjust to any changing circumstances evolving as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Tier Based Allowable Activities/Uses Matrix.xlsx
The matrix is based on guidance for Institutions of Higher Education from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the State of California, and the Stanislaus County Public Health Department. The information will be continually re-evaluated as the restrictions and requirements are modified. While Stanislaus County remains in any COVID Tier, approval and review of the activities in the matrix are required by the Cabinet and Stan State Safety and Risk Management Office. Capacity, as outlined in the matrix, refers to the room/facility capacity as outlined by the Fire Marshal. Actual capacity, based on health and safety guidelines within each tier, will often be less than the maximum occupancy. The matrix outlines the maximum allowance by tier and category, approval will be based on the priority of health and safety for all students, faculty, and staff. This matrix will be updated on a regular basis as tier guidelines are revised by the agencies mentioned above.

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