The safety and well-being of California State University students, faculty and staff are foundational concerns for the institution. During the health emergency, the CSU is following guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Department of State.
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Effective April 6, 2023, COVID-19 vaccinations are recommended as a safety measure to help prevent serious illness, but CSU students and employees will no longer be required to be fully vaccinated. Students and employees are required to continue to comply with all other health and safety measures (e.g., COVID-19 surveillance testing, face coverings, physical distancing, etc.) established by the campus, or federal/state/local laws and regulations, as appropriate. The policy also gives each President the authority (in consultation with the Chancellor) to require vaccination for individuals on their campus. Prior to implementing any such requirement for represented CSU employees, the campus would be subject to any applicable meet and confer obligations under the Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act.
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View COVID-19 related information concerning leaves/salary continuation, payroll, beneﬁts, employee assistance programs, and retirement.
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The CSU is committed to helping students overcome college admissions challenges presented by the physical closures of schools.
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All CSU campuses have emergency preparedness plans and policies and are wellprepared to address challenges and disruptions relating to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Please check your campus for speciﬁc information.
The federal and state governments have the most up-to-date information and guidance on COVID-19. Please visit the links below to learn the latest news
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
CDC Handwashing Guidelines
National Institutes of Health
U.S. State Department Travel Advisories
Updated Information and Resources
State COVID-19 Resources
California Department of Public Health
California Department of Public Health Updates