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California State University, Fullerton
Titans Return: COVID-19 Recovery

Campus Updates & Messages

June 22, 2020

1:55 pm

State Issues New Guidance on Use of Face Coverings: View guidance, view Frequently Asked Questions

June 9, 2020

May 29, 2020

10:40 am

Students-June 1 is the deadline to choose C/NC, please review the CR/NC Grading Basis Option User Guide. You will not see your grades in your Student Center until after June 1st. You may view the letter grades for each of your courses on a new CR/NC page in your Student Center in Titan Online between May 22nd and June 1st at 11:59 pm.

May 28, 2020

May 27, 2020

10:16 am

Returning Laptops or MiFi equipment instructions

  • Write your First & Last Name and your CWID on paper and attach it on the device you are returning
  • Bring your Titan Card or a photo ID
  • Bring the device & charging cables

Drop-off location: Pollak Library South Entrance (facing McCarthy Hall )

Walk up to the sign that says “Device Pickup Only” an attendant will assist you.

Drop-off time is Monday–Friday 9:00 AM–4:30 PM

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 20, 2020

May 15, 2020

May 13, 2020

10:05 am

Fall 2020 Update

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.”