Jan. 15, 2021

Dear Dolphin:

As you prepare for the spring semester, we have some important information about required training to help keep our community healthy and safe. As outlined in the additional guidelines issued by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for Institutions of Higher Education, students who are enrolled for in-person classes and/or residing in on-campus housing are required to complete COVID-19 prevention training. I am communicating with you directly because our records indicate that you are enrolled for in-person classes and/or residing on-campus in housing for the spring 2021 semester.

You can access this two-part training by following the steps below:

  • Log into your myCI portal.
  • Clicking on “CI Learn” – this will take you to your Canvas homepage where you will see the COVID-19 Student Return to Campus – Required Training course listed in your dashboard.
  • Click on the course to review instructions and complete the training which has two parts and may take up to 60 minutes to complete.
  • To ensure part one is complete, be sure to submit a screenshot of the completed quiz.

If for any reason you are having difficulty accessing the course through CI Learn, please click on this link to self-enroll in the course.

You are required to complete both parts of this training no later than 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, January 24, 2021. Ultimately, failure to complete this training may result in you not being allowed to attend your in-person classes, a conduct referral to the Dean of Students’ office, or housing disciplinary action

I understand this is a very quick timeframe during an extremely busy time. If you have any technical issues or questions, please contact William Ochs. If you have concerns regarding this training or if you are a student enrolled in in-person classes and will be completing them online, please respond to this email or contact Courtney Ellis.

Lastly, if you are not enrolled in any in-person classes and are not planning to reside in on-campus housing for the spring 2021 semester and/or feel that you have received this message in error, please email Courtney Ellis.

We appreciate your commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy campus environment and wish you a successful fall semester.

Sincerely,
Toni R. DeBoni, J.D.
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs

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