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CSU campuses have made plans to cancel in person classes for the fall, will continue online

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Posted at 1:50 PM, May 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-13 13:39:03-04

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The California State University programs today announced there are plans to cancel all in person classes for the fall and instead continue class instruction virtually.

This announcement made today by Chancellor White will affect all 23 locations, including CSUB, which fully supports the announcement made by White.

CSU Bakersfield has put the health and welfare of the community above every other consideration.

In the next coming weeks CSUB will make a formal announcement on the decision for the fall so they can adequately plan and perfect their virtual instruction.

In a formal statement CSUB had this to say about White's announcement: "As Chancellor White said, we believe we owe it to our students, faculty and staff to announce a decision for the fall now so that we can plan and further refine our virtual instruction. We look forward to working with the Chancellor’s Office and all members of our CSUB community to formalize our own course for the fall. Those details will be shared in the coming days."