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Current Students

Fall 2021 Update

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

COVID-19 Website | Remote Learning Resources

Important Dates

Aug. 22 - Last Day to Waitlist

Aug. 23 - Classes Begin

Sept. 20 - Enrollment Census Date

Nov. 29 - Last Day to Withdraw

Dec. 10 - Last Day of Classes

Dec. 12 - Last Day to Request CR/NC

Dec. 13-17 - Finals

COVID-19 Info & Resources

Please continue to check your email and the University's COVID-19 page for the most up-to-date information.

Warriors Take Care

Remote Learning Resources

Students are encouraged to reference this webpage for key information, tips and resources for remote learning. Also, keep checking your Stan State email account for updates and tips as well.

All students should log on to the Canvas course module for each course section prior to the first day of classes, then review the syllabus and course calendar. You can also view this information in the class notes in your Student Center under My Class Schedule.

Instructional Modes Explained

Look through this checklist to see if you're ready for virtual learning

Contact your professors if you have specific questions about your classes. During these unprecedented “Virtual University” days, we are working alongside faculty to ensure you have the tools and support to finish your semester strong.

There are a variety of University-supported services and resources to help, as listed on this page.

Are you ready for virtual learning?

Visit the A-Z Directory website and click on the appropriate letter to find the contact information for the department. You may also search for a faculty member if you know their name, using the Faculty & Staff Directory Search.

Academic departments are also listed by college:

Important: It is required that individuals wear a face covering in all University buildings. Wear a face covering outdoors if physical distancing is not possible. Learn more about Health & Safety Measures

Parking Permit Not Required When Vehicle is Occupied
Students who need to access Wi-Fi may do so from their vehicles without the use of a permit, as long as they remain in their vehicle. If drivers choose to utilize the campus grounds to go for a walk, or move to any of the covered outdoor spaces, then they will need to purchase a day pass prior to leaving their vehicle. Vehicles need to be parked in marked parking spaces; vehicles stopped in the roadway in front of buildings may be cited.

Tech Checkout - Checkout a hotspot from OIT.

Wi-Fi Access Points On Campus:

  • Outside Wi-Fi areas: DBH courtyard, Art/Music pavilion, and Athletics Arena
  • Turlock campus parking lots with Wi-Fi access for students. You will need your Warrior log-in credentials to access the network.
    • Lot 2 (near the Art Building)
    • Lot 5 (north of Demergasso-Bava Hall)
    • Lot 11 (adjacent to Naraghi Hall)
  • Stockton Campus areas with Wi-Fi.
    • Front entrance to Acacia Building
    • Rear parking south of the Acacia Building
    • Parking west of the Acacia Building (lot between the Acacia and the Magnolia Mansion or Wellness Works)

During this pandemic, some internet providers are offering free internet.

  • Comcast: Offers Xfinity WiFi for free. All Xfinity hot-spots are free to the public during this time.
  • AT&T: Offers schools unlimited data and open hot-spots.
  • Charter: Offering free Spectrum internet to students.

These instructional learning platforms are referred to as learning management systems (LMS). Check your email for details from your professors. They will let you know what online platform to use for each of your classes. You can contact the academic department with questions about how to check in.

Learn how to navigate Canvas:

Learn how to navigate Zoom:

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