On Monday March 15th, President Virjee sent out a mass email to the CSUF community. He shared that as of now Cal State Fullerton is planning and hoping for a return to in-person classes for fall semester. While the transition does hinge on a number of different factors, he hopes that most classes will meet in person, have on-campus housing numbers closer to normal, and that most student services and campus facilities will resume in-person.
While it’s currently not required to be vaccinated to return to campus, President Virjee wrote in his email that when the time comes for the CSUF community to get vaccinated that they should do so.
If an individual does choose not to be vaccinated then they will have to show proof of negative COVID-19 tests to participate in on-campus events, in-person classes, use of CSUF facilities, etc.
On Tuesday March 16th, the Dean of Students sent out an email with information regarding fall registration updates. As of now, students can begin registering for classes on March 22nd. Some courses will have an in-person option. Others will remain online and some will have a hybrid option of both in-person and online instruction.
It’s recommended to meet with your academic advisor to make sure that you’re on track and taking the classes that you need. The university plans update students as more information regarding the return to campus becomes available.