CALIFORNIA — As COVID-19 continues to remain widespread in California, all 23 California State University campuses will default most of their classes to online instruction for the spring term, beginning January 2021. The university system will also enter another semester with a reduced population of students living on campus, CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Thursday.
The CSU was the first university system in the country to announce that its classes would be held online to mitigate the spread in May.
“This decision is the only responsible one available to us at this time,” White said in a news release. “And it is the only one that supports our twin North Stars of safeguarding the health, safety and well-being of our faculty, staff, students and communities, as well as enabling degree progression for the largest number of students.”
The announcement comes after Chico State University became the first California college