Most California College Campuses Will Remain Closed For The Fall Semester

As if our poor high school seniors haven’t been through enough already.

By Marilyn Nelson on May 12, 2020
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Chancellor Timothy White announced today that all 23 California State Universities, which includes Sac State, that classes will classes will primarily remain online this fall. This means there will be no in-person on campus classes until spring of 2021 at the earliest.

“This virtual planning approach for the next academic year is necessary because of the evolving data surrounding the progression of COVID 19,” White explained to CSU trustees.

Locally, many of the community colleges will also hold majority of their classes strictly online.

The Los Rios Community College District, which includes American River, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City colleges in Sacramento County, has announced it will move to a fully online class schedule due to concerns of a possible resurgence of  COVID-19 later this year. A small number of classes that cannot be moved online will remain in-person, according to an email to students.

Sierra College in Rocklin will also hold its fall classes online.

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