The California State University system has announced a plan for all 23 of its campuses to reopen next fall. The announcement follows more than a year of virtual instruction amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the Los Angeles Times, California State University leaders made the early announcement to help students and their families as they plan for next year and as they decide whether to apply to a Cal State. High school and transfer students have until Dec. 15 to complete their applications for fall admission, the report adds.
Cal State is remaining virtual through the end of the current academic year to ensure the health and safety of all members of its 23 campus communities, the report states. There is high optimism that the 2021-22 academic year will allow for in-person instruction, the university announced.
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