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President Conoley's update on our outlook for further "repopulation" of campus by Beach staff and administration.
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We have been engaged in intensive planning for the 2021-22 academic year. I'm pleased that this fall we will continue our progress toward "Reuniting The Beach," offering 4,276 course sections with a full or hybrid in-person component (roughly 47% of the total).
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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.
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We have now received our initial limited delivery of vaccines and we will begin our vaccination program this week. You will receive an email when you are eligible to receive the vaccine. You will be directed to click on "COVID Vaccine Appointment" that will have become available to you on the university's single sign-on screen. You will also receive an email when it is time to book an appointment for your second dose. 
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We hope you and your loved ones had a peaceful holiday and are staying safe and well. As COVID-19 continues to surge in Southern California, we want to update you on Spring Semester 2021. As scheduled, instruction begins in alternative modes on January 19 for all courses. The small number of courses that were approved for face-to face (F2F) on campus instruction will remain in alternative modes until March 1, not the previous Feb 1 timeline. Instructors for these F2F courses will communicate...
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In this OneBeach video, CSULB President Jane Close Conoley on the successes and challenges of 2020 and looks forward to the Spring 2021 semester.
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As the fall semester begins to wind down, many of us are looking forward to a well-deserved winter break. While this season is often a time when we gather with family and friends, the pandemic -- and the current surge of new cases -- will require us to continue to make sacrifices to protect our own health and that of others.
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Our Spring semester is still scheduled to begin on January 19, 2021, as planned. However, although all classes will begin on January 19, all class meetings and activities, including those that are approved as hybrid or face-to-face classes, will take place virtually until early February
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As a follow up to information shared last week, if you traveled out of state for the holiday, we ask that you self-quarantine for 14 days. This is consistent with current public health guidance.
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The arrival of upcoming holidays signals a time when many of us look forward to gathering with family and friends.  The pandemic, however, presents new challenges in staying safe, and the sacrifices we may need to make are likely disappointing.