The California State University system, which includes San Diego State and CSU San Marcos, is planning for an anticipated return primarily to in-person courses starting next fall. He said campuses… The California State University system, which includes San Diego State and CSU San Marcos, is planning for an anticipated return primarily to in-person courses starting next fall, it … Effectively, that means most courses in the fall are likely to be online. Timothy P. White, chancellor of the 23-campus California State University system since 2012, was supposed to be celebrating his imminent retirement right now, not … The CSU system, which includes SDSU and CSU San Marcos, is planning for an anticipated return primarily to in-person courses next fall. The California State University (CSU) system said it plans to cancel all in-person classes for the fall and to continue instruction online, due to the coronavirus pandemic. CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White stated the early announcement for next fall was made in order to give families and students adequate time to plan for next year. CSU Chancellor Timothy White made the announcement Tuesday, which will affect all 23 of its universities, including San Francisco State, San Jose State and Cal State East Bay and Sonoma State. CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White’s Statement on Fall 2020 University Operational Plans (May 12, 2020) – This approach to virtual planning is necessary for many reasons. The California State University system is planning for the worst. ; Daily health screenings and temperature checks began Aug. 17 for anyone who will be coming on campus on weekdays during the fall semester. On May 12, CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White announced that the planning framework for all 23 CSU campuses for Fall 2020 would be virtual instruction with limited exceptions for in-person instruction. Most classes for the 2020 fall semester will be held online with few exceptions for in-person activity, Chancellor Timothy White said during a Zoom conference with the board of trustees on Tuesday. Nearly all of California State University’s classes may remain virtual, not only this fall but for the rest of the upcoming academic year. CSU Announces Dr. Joseph I. Castro as New Chancellor. The CSU system was the first in the nation to announce it was moving online for fall when it did so in May, affecting its 482,000 students at the country’s largest four-year college system. From the office of the Chancellor of the California State University System: ... HSU intends to develop a plan for Spring 2021 similar in structure to the one that was approved for Fall 2020. The system's chancellor announced Tuesday in a virtual meeting with trustees that the university is moving ahead with a "virtual planning framework." Cal State Fullerton is among the 23 CSU campuses that will go mainly online for fall classes. The CSU chancellor's office says it is still finalizing the implementation plan for the new class and has not officially determined that it will be a lower-division class. During the May 12 Cal State University Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Timothy White outlined a virtual planning approach for the fall 2020 semester and suggested courses will be primarily Is there any possibility that you stay as chancellor and extend into spring 2021? By City News Service , News Partner Dec 9, 2020 4:24 p m PT CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White was inducted into the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) 2020 Hall of Champions on October 26 for his exemplary efforts ... October 26, 2020 The California State University (CSU) enrolled its largest-ever student body for the fall 2020 term, CSU officials announced today. White confirmed at a CSU board of trustees meeting Tuesday that the CSU’s 23 campuses will hold almost all courses virtually. Fauci, who is expected to join President-elect Joe Biden’s administration as chief… Per the Chancellor’s statement: “This approach to virtual planning is necessary for many reasons. June 17, 2020 – Chancellor Approves CSU, Chico’s Fall 2020 Plan To: Campus Community From: President Gayle Hutchinson I’m pleased to report that California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White informed me today that he has officially approved Chico State’s plan for the fall 2020 semester.