All courses (with a few exceptions) will be offered online. Students are encouraged to reference this website for key information, tips and resources. Also, keep checking your Stan State email account for updates and tips as well.
Students with disabilities who anticipate needing special accommodations or who have questions about access may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (209) 667-3159.
Information & Resources
Return Option 1, Drive-Up & Drop-Off: This will occur in the driveway in front of the library from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 19 through Thursday, May 27, excluding Saturday and Sunday. You must enter through the Dels Lane campus entrance to access the drop off. Masks are required and gloves are recommended. Your name and contact information is all that is needed to process the return.
Return Option 2, Schedule an In-Person Return: If you prefer to return books in person outside of the drive-up & drop-off hours, we have slightly expanded hours for appointments in the bookstore. Students can make an appointment online.
Return Option 3, Ship Your Rental Returns: Finally, students who cannot return rentals in person can make returns via UPS.
If you have any questions, please send those questions to email@example.com
Bookstore - We will continue to accept orders online for delivery. Any purchases returned via shipment to our stores will be processed when our stores reopen.
Also see: Student Account Textbook Charging Process
If you are waitlisted for a course as of the first day of class, you will need a permission number from the instructor, and you will need to register for the class before the last day to add. Waitlisted students are not moved into the class on or after the first day of classes. If you would like to add a class, please email the instructor. You can find their email using the Faculty & Staff search.
Last day to add or drop a class is February 24
Eligible students may add or drop a course online during a scheduled registration period and after the term begins. Instructor signatures are not required to drop a course, or to add available courses during the scheduled add and drop periods. To add a course that is full or restricted you must use a Permission Number by the last day to register or add a course. No automatic disenrollment action will be taken for non-attendance. A Permission Number is required to enroll in a class beginning the first day of the semester as well. Students are responsible for dropping courses or withdrawing their term registration through myStanState by the last day to drop a course. Failure to do so may result in punitive grades being issued. You will be liable for pro-rated tuition and fees based on the last date of enrollment.
Dropping a class - disenrolling from a class section and stopping participation. This can be done from your myStanState student portal, go to enroll tab, select the term, and then click "drop".
Visit the Enrollment Services website for enrollment-related forms and more.
You can find the swap feature in your class schedule in the myStanState student portal. On the Swap a Class page, choose "Change Term" and confirm the term is correct. On the next window choose the course you wish to swap and search for the course you wish to add.
In an effort to reduce any adverse effects on your academic progress, we are offering you the flexibility to choose different grading options for spring 2021. Specifically, for any undergraduate letter-graded class, you may change your grading option to credit/no credit (CR/NC).
Learn more about the grading options
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Learn how to request a first-time or replacement Warrior Card
Students, staff, and faculty may request a first-time Warrior Card by submitting their passport-style color photo to the Warrior Card Online Photo Submission tool. Once your photo is submitted you will be notified if your photo was approved or denied, with instructions on how to resubmit if needed. On approval, your Warrior Card will be printed and mailed to your preferred mailing address. Please ensure we have your correct mailing address by submitting this Survey Form.
Please visit the Warrior Card page for additional details and for information on how to request a replacement Warrior Card.
Academic Advising »
Get connected to the resources that will help you stay on track towards graduation
The Advising Hub is where students can find the guidance they need for all matters related to academic advising.
Who can advise me?
Stanislaus State utilizes a shared advising approach to help you graduate.This means that in addition to your assigned major advisor, undergraduate students can also receive support from advisors in the Academic Success Center or through their special programs.
Visit the Advising Hub website
Important: It is required, when feasible, that individuals wear a face covering in all University buildings. Wear a face covering outdoors if social distancing is not possible. Learn more about Health & Safety Measures
Technology Support Desk
Contact OIT Technology Support or complete a technology support Work Order Request.
Window in-person support in Library Annex (LX11)
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday
(Phone, Work Order Ticket and Zoom hotline)
8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday-Friday
Computer Labs Closed
- All computer labs located on the Turlock and Stockton campuses are closed
University Library »
Virtual library and research services are available; limited access to print collection by appointment
All University parking regulations remain in effect during this time. Parking permits are required if parking on campus Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Students who have enrolled for the spring 2021 semester at Stanislaus State may purchase a semester parking permit at mycampuspermit.com.
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.
Tuition Fees and Campus Mandatory Fees are charged to all students and must be paid to enroll in or attend the University, no fee or part of fee is optional. Campus Mandatory Fees, such as the Student Recreation Complex, Associated Students, University Student Center/Union, Instructionally Related Activity, Athletics, Health Facility, Health Services and Tuition fees are refundable in accordance with the California Code of Regulations Title 5, article 3, section 41802.
- Apr. 1, 2021 – Students: Important Updates Regarding Fall 2021 Registration Dates
- Mar. 24, 2021 – Fall 2021 Planning
- Dec. 9, 2020 – California State University Anticipates Return to In-Person Coursework for Fall 2021 Term
- Nov. 30, 2020 – Update to Start of Spring Semester
- Nov. 25, 2020 – Important COVID-Related Updates
- Sept. 18, 2020 – Check Your Class Schedule: Last Day to Add/Drop is Sept. 21
- Aug. 28, 2020 – Daily Self-Screening Instructions for Students
- Aug. 17, 2020 – Learn the Ropes: Student Portal, Email, Learning Platforms
- Aug. 11, 2020 – 7 Things You Need to Know About the First Day of Classes
- Aug. 10, 2020 – Know the Difference: Asynchronous, Synchronous, Hybrid
Keep an eye out for Warrior Weekly, the student newsletter, sent to your official University email account.
Updated: Wednesday, May 19