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Spring Semester Update

Monday March 29, 2021 6:00 pm

Hello Titans, 

As you may or may not be aware, a number of the spring courses that were pre-approved to be in-person at the start of the Spring semester are returning to campus starting on Monday, April 5. I am writing to you today because your class (or classes) may be returning to campus. If so, you should have been notified by your instructor regarding this potential change. 

Prior to your return to campus, I want to share important health, safety, and academic-related information for those who may be returning to campus for in-person class(es) and/or other reasons amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Please give this message your immediate attention. Thank you in advance for your care and consideration.  

Mitigation Measures Related to COVID-19 

Below are health and safety requirements you must complete before returning to campus. 

When you return to campus, you are required to take the following measures. 

Please note that face coverings may also be removed for a minimum time-frame for eating or drinking. 

If you arrive to campus and have forgotten your face covering, then a free face covering can be provided to you at any of the following campus locations: Device Requests (at the Library-South) from 8 am to 5 pm, Environmental Health & Safety from 8 am to 5 pm, Health Services from 9 am to 5 pm, and Titan Shop’s Customer Service Counter from 10 am to 5 pm.

If you do not believe you can follow these guidelines for whatever reason and/or you believe the COVID-19 related risks outweigh the benefits of attending an in-person class, you should consult with your academic advisor. Together, you and your academic advisor can develop possible alternatives. Click here for withdrawal information.  

If you decide to proceed with your in-person class and fail to adhere to any of the guidelines set forth in either President’s Directive No. 21 or the Return to Campus During COVID-19 training, that may constitute a violation of campus policy and may result in a referral to the Office of Student Conduct. 

COVID-19 Testing  

Campus Information 

Please remember information related to COVID-19 is rapidly changing. To stay current with information, please visit CSUF’s Titan’s Return: CSUF’s Response to COVID-19 website. Once there, I encourage you to review the FAQ section to help answer any of your questions. You can also share any concerns by using the COVID-19 comment form

Thank you for your flexibility as the campus navigates this pandemic. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. 

In Community, 

Dr. V 

Vincent E. Vigil, Ed.D. 
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students  
Division of Student Affairs  
California State University, Fullerton