CSUs Will Remain Closed For The Fall 2020 Semester

By on May 13, 2020
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – APRIL 09: A teacher wears a mask as she gives a lesson on the first day of online class in an empty classroom as South Koreans take measures to protect themselves against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) at Seoul Girls High School on April 09, 2020 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea started the new school year in stages from today, beginning with online classes for middle and high school senior students. South Korea has called for expanded public participation in social distancing, as the country witnesses a wave of community spread and imported infections leading to a resurgence in new cases of COVID-19. According to the Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 81 new cases were reported. The total number of infections in the nation tallies at 10,423. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

In case you missed it, Chancellor Timothy White has announced that all 23 CSU campuses will remain closed. The plan is to continue instruction online through the Fall semester.

After moving all in-person classes to online for the Spring 2020 semester, the CSU system has deemed it best to remain online for Fall 2021. White explained that health experts are predicting a new wave of cases mixed with the Flu in the the Fall. They do not believe a vaccine will be developed in the academic year and therefore they have decided to remain closed for the safety of the students.

It has not been stated whether tuition prices will change or remain the same, but for now, college students should plan to continue online.

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