What You Need to Know
Face Covering Requirement Status
- The face covering recommendations on campus will be determined using the county's CDC COVID-19 Hospital Admission Level for the campus location in Stockton or Turlock, which is updated by the CDC every Thursday; any changes will be effective the following Friday.
Steps for Coming to Campus
- Monitor yourself for symptoms daily.
- If you are not feeling well, stay home.
- Report positive cases or exposure.
- If you are not able to be on campus, please contact your professors and/or supervisor.
- Follow the Isolation & Return Protocol
These will continue to be adjusted as the public health situation changes.
View all COVID-19 related communications
Frequently Asked Questions
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.
No. Students, faculty, staff and visitors to the campus may use the Daily Self-Screening Form on a voluntary basis.
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.
If you think you have COVID-19, we strongly encourage you to visit the “I think I may have COVID-19” webpage for information and resources.
Information for Faculty
Yes. Face coverings are available through the COVID Supply Store. In addition, N95 respirators are available for voluntary use and can be requested using the N95 Voluntary Use form. Training on the proper use of N95 respirators will be provided. For more information, visit the ;Face Coverings webpage.
No. As of Feb. 2023, the self-screening is on a voluntary basis only; view Voluntary Self-Screening.
Guidance for Students
Eating and drinking are not permitted in classrooms unless there is an approved accommodation. Individuals should eat or drink in food service areas or outdoors.
Faculty are encouraged to review the COVID-19 Safety Procedures Enforcement page for detailed information on the student conduct process and recommended best practices for handling non-compliance in the classroom.
For a complete listing of available student services and the format in which they are available (remote and/or in person) visit the Student Services Directory webpage.
Keeping Us All Safe
Yes. The COVID-19 & Campus Updates website is a central hub with all of the information students need related to COVID-19.
The Building Ventilation, Indoor Air Quality and Domestic Water Safety webpage details the measures taken to ensure healthy air conditions inside campus buildings.
ASI Vice President
Heather Dunn Carlton
Kari Knutson Miller
Rosalee Billingslea Rush
Virginia Montero Hernandez
Updated: May 15, 2023