Please check back for updated information on how Cal State Fullerton is preparing for the gradual and safe return of all students, faculty, and staff to campus. This site will include the following information:
- Phasing and plans for gradual return of on-campus instruction, support services, athletics, and events;
- Descriptions and roles of the several campus-wide Working Groups comprised of faculty, staff, and students who are creating plans and recommendations for campus occupancy;
- Sanitization, disinfection, and deep-cleaning efforts to maintain safe and clean campus facilities;
- Health and screening information as well as guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE) use for individuals returning to campus;
- Information on accessing on-campus and on-going virtual support and others services through fall 2020;
- Updated listing of open and accessible facilities, vending and dining, and outdoors spaces on campus
Clean and Prepare
Incrementally expand essential on-campus employees in adapted work areas and/or protocols.
Telecommuting and virtual instruction except for essential services
Sanitization, disinfection, and deep-cleaning efforts to maintain safe and clean campus facilities
Monitor and implement federal, state and local public health and safety guidance
Convening of campus re-entry working groups to coordinate planning for campus occupancy
Preparing campus facilities for re-entry (such as employees in Capital Programs and Facilities Management, IT)
Support of summer instruction
Prepare and submit campus request for on-campus experiential learning exceptions for Fall 2020 to the Chancellor’s Office
Develop division re-entry plans
Develop and implement health and safety training and protocols for employees returning to campus
Procure appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for campus occupancy
Return of Additional Personnel
Return of additional personnel to prepare for in-person instruction and resume limited on-campus activities.
Instruction remains virtual; continue telecommuting for most employees
Resumption of on-campus research
Students completing administrative tasks
Provision of medical treatment to student athletes
Resumption of modified campus vending and food provided by Auxiliary Services
Announcement of approved on-campus experiential learning courses and housing plan for fall 2020
Complete necessary safety modifications to labs, classrooms and other facilities to be used for identified on-campus experiential learning in fall 2020
Resumption of medical treatment/training of student athletes preparing for competition
Complete planning for resumption of recreation, child care, and other services and facilities funded and provided by Associated Students, Inc.
Fall 2020 Semester
Resumption of approved on-campus experiential learning, residential, and/or select other service.
Most instruction remains virtual with limited on-campus experiential learning
Telecommuting continues for most employees
Re-open Pollak Library for “curbside” service
Re-open select non-instructional facilities*
Faculty/Staff in departments/units facilitating Academic/Student Support functions
Students in targeted co-curricular activities (such as COTA productions, student-athletes, ASI, Daily Titan)
Students picking up course materials
Resumption of select facilities and services funded and provided by Associated Students, Inc.
Resumption of intercollegiate athletics competition with limited or no spectators*
*Pending authorization from federal, state and local agencies
Primarily On-Campus Instruction
Return of general student population in adapted, limited gatherings and controlled spaces to campus.
Resume low to low medium risk in-class instruction
Return students to adapted, lower risk residence living
Resume adapted Library use for employees and students
Resume Campus Activities
Resume adapted, low to low medium risk campus activities.
Student co-curricular activities, programs, and learning experiences
Academic and university activities (such as DIEP, Total Wellness, etc.)
Resume Campus Events
Resume large gatherings and community events.