California State Universities will continue with remote learning for the remainder of the academic year.
According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, the nation's largest public university system will continue with primarily online instruction until further notice. This comes amid the state's ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White made the announcement in a letter to all faculty and staff on Thursday. According to the report, the Chancellor says he had consulted extensively with campus presidents and considered the state of the pandemic in California and university operations.
There will be some limited exceptions for classes that cannot be delivered remotely. On-campus housing will also be reduced, the report adds.
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