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An update on Spring 2021 face-to-face courses

Published February 22, 2021

Dear CSULB Community,

As many of you know, the health department has recently shared some positive news that hospitalizations and COVID-19 numbers have decreased across the state and county. Based on this new information, the small number of courses that were approved for face-to face (F2F) on campus instruction can now resume in person starting March 1. Instructors for these F2F courses will communicate information to students about the specifics of their classes. The rest of the campus community in Alternate Modes of Instruction (AMI) classes will continue as is throughout the rest of the spring semester.

This welcome trend is giving us a hopeful glimpse that life is starting to slowly return to normal.  It also reminds us all that we need to keep our guard up in these coming months to continue this positive trend.

Updates and reminders about campus operations and health orders:

  1. Avoid non-essential travel.
  2. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone with the virus, do not go to campus or engage in in-person activities. 
  3. The campus’s critical operations will continue as usual. Access to campus property, grounds, and facilities of CSULB will require preapproval and essential need for physical access.
  4. Do not attend large gatherings with others outside of your household. Consider testing for COVID-19 if you have engaged in high-risk activities.

As with any health-related news, this information might be altered to reflect local, county, and state health orders. For campus updates, please visit the Reuniting the Beach website for further details.

With appreciation,

Brian Jersky, Ph.D. 
Provost
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs