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The University requests that any employee or student who tests positive for COVID-19 or becomes aware that they may have been in close contact with someone who either has tested positive for or is suspected to have COVID-19 report the positive result or exposure using the CSUF COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form. CSUF’s Infectious Diseases Response Team reviews and verifies COVID-19 confirmed cases and responds to concerns from the campus community on COVID-19.

Student and Employee Form    Visitor and Vendor Form    REPORT A COVID HAZARD

Case Notifications

The University provides notifications of close contacts and possible exposures to keep our campus community informed and to comply with applicable state regulations.

Although it may be concerning to learn that you are a close contact or that you were potentially exposed, if you have been vaccinated, your risk of transmission remains low. Within our campus community more than 75% of our students and 84% of employees have been vaccinated, which is the most effective way to mitigate the risk of transmission.

Detailed below is the process for how notifications are shared to keep our campus community safe.

Confirming COVID-19 Cases

When the University learns of a probable or confirmed case at any CSUF location, the COVID-19 Response Team contacts the individual and those identified as close contacts. The COVID-19 Response Team learns more about symptom onset and provides public health guidance for isolation, quarantine, and testing. For employees, MPP supervisors are notified and given information on required time away from campus if applicable.

Notification Process

Testing

If you wish to get a COVID-19 test, you can visit the testing page on the Titans Return website for information and to schedule an appointment.