Below are requirements for all students who may be coming to the campus for any reason, including those enrolled for in-person classes, and living on or visiting the campus:

Students attending in-person classes or living on campus will be required to complete an online CSU Learn COVID-19 Prevention Course 
Proper use of face coverings (over the mouth and nose) in all classes, service areas, and public places on campus (students will be responsible for providing their own face coverings);
Use of good personal hygiene practices, e.g., handwashing, cough/sneeze etiquette;
Adhere to campus signage and building occupancies including common areas to ensure physical distancing;
Isolation and quarantine when warranted;
Compliance with all rules regarding limits on gatherings, especially indoors; and
Not attending classes or visiting the campus if experiencing any signs of illness.

Additional safety measures may also be enforced for students living in the residence halls, as well as certain in-person classes. Students should discuss specifics with their faculty or appropriate administrator in Housing & Residential Education.

Medical Conditions

If students have a medical condition, mental health condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering, and persons who are hearing impaired, or communicate with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication, they should contact or visit Disability and Accommodations and Support Services.

The Student Repopulation Plan Fall 2020 Semester provides the framework focused on students enrolled for in-person classes and living in the residence halls during the fall semester.


Should you have any general questions regarding this communication or health and safety requirements, please contact the Dean of Students office at or 805-437-8512.

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