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May 21, 2020

1:06 pm

Update on the distribution of CARES Act funding to students. Distribution began on 5-15 and will provide money to 30,000 students.

May 15, 2020

May 12, 2020

4:30 pm

President Fram Virjee on Fall 2020 classes: “With guidance from the CSU Chancellor’s Office, the governor, and local and state health officials, CSUF continues to prepare for all variables as it relates to COVID-19. This includes planning for the significant possibility of an overwhelmingly virtual fall semester, while exploring the possibility of face-to-face teaching and research exemptions as described by Chancellor White today. We are making our preparations with an emphasis on flexibility and the ability to pivot from limited face to face instruction to virtual as needed and as we face the quickly-changing nature of the pandemic.  And when making any decision, we will continue to prioritize our twin touchstones of the health and safety of our campus community and the delivery of the highest quality education possible.  To be clear, while we will, of course, comply with the Chancellor’s direction, we have not yet made any final decisions.  We will be consulting with our campus partners, including our Academic Senate, administration, faculty, staff and our union partners, before making any final decision.”

May 11, 2020

May 8, 2020

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring an outbreak of a respiratory illness called coronavirus, or COVID-19, first identified in Wuhan, China. Additional cases have been identified in a growing number of other international locations, including the United States.

This website explains the steps Cal State Fullerton is taking to prepare for possible local impacts, as well as steps you can take to protect yourself and others.

The CDC recommends that we all help respond to this public health threat by taking simple, everyday precautions such as:

  • DO NOT COME TO WORK OR ATTEND CLASS IF YOU ARE SICK OR SYMPTOMATIC. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IF YOUR SYMPTOMS WORSEN.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

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