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The spring 2021 semester began virtually on Jan. 21, following guidance from the California State University system and in consultation with the Fresno County Department of Public Health and the campus task force. Classes approved for in-person instruction moved from virtual to in-person on Feb. 8. 

The campus plan for spring 2021 includes a 15% increase in the estimated campus population, and an increase of in-person courses to 320 compared to 101 in the fall due to courses that may have been postponed in fall but that must be offered in the spring to fulfill accreditation and student-graduation requirements. Read this Dec. 17 message for campus updates for spring and fall 2021.

Daily health screenings and temperature checks will be required of anyone who will be on campus on weekdays during the spring semester.   

In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, most campus offices that are not essential to direct student support will continue to operate remotely through spring 2021. 


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