On the recommendation of local public health officials and out of prudence, Cal State Fullerton will begin spring semester classes on January 22, offering distance / virtual education to students through February 6. The adjustment, which is being made due to the increased number of Omicron cases, means that face-to-face teaching is scheduled to resume on Monday, February 7. Students can access their class information through Canvas and should direct any class-related questions to faculty and / or academic advisors.
Please note that the campus will remain open despite the delay of in-person classes. However, some university services will be remote or slightly modified to further reduce the number of people on campus. Details on changes to programs, services, policies and procedures will be shared in the coming days via email and on the websites of the respective departments.
The delayed in-person teaching was not what the university had planned for this spring, but the rise of the Omicron variant justifies the adjustment. University administrators will continue to monitor current conditions and public health recommendations over the coming weeks. In the event of any change in any of the above, the Dean of the Student Office will notify you as soon as reasonably possible by email CSUF.
Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we navigate this global pandemic together. In the meantime, stay safe, healthy and enjoy the break.
Dean of the Students Office
Student Affairs Division
California State University, Fullerton