In the midst of a global health crisis due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) that is constantly changing and causing unprecedented disruption to our everyday lives, CSUSM has chosen to transition to remote instruction in order to move forward together as an academic community. This decision does not come lightly.
We recognize the strain this puts on you as students, not only as learners who must adapt to a new way of learning overnight, but as human beings who must do so in the middle of a crisis as you work to keep yourselves, families, friends, and communities safe.
During a time where everything feels out of our control let's control what we can, which is moving forward and learning together. In the words of Dolores Huerta "¡Sí, se puede!"
We believe in your success and resilience and encourage you to use this page as a resource throughout this semester. This is a community resource, so if you have feedback or would like to add to this page, please use this form to do so.
Do you have questions about the Spring 2020 policy changes for students? Watch a webinar or review the FAQ posted on the Office of the Registrar's website.
Many CSUSM students thrive in virtual classes, but for many of you, this may be your first experience with them. If you are not as confident in your ability to succeed in this format or are apprehensive about this transition, these tips may help.