A note from HSU about face-to-face classes ...

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Grace | May 7th, 2020

Due to the uncertainty surrounding the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, Humboldt State University has decided to cancel all in-person programs and events that were scheduled to take place over the summer through August 14, based on continued guidance from the CSU Chancellor’s Office and state and local officials. These activities include but is not limited to:

  • Summer conferences, festivals, and workshops
  • Camps and clinics
  • Recreation programs
  • Field trips

In-person events or group activities will not be allowed on campus for the foreseeable future. No decision has been made at this time about when faculty and staff can return to campus. Until then, campus remains closed to the general public. 

We anticipate opening and offering instruction for the fall semester. The University is currently accepting applications, housing applications, and more, though it’s not yet clear when HSU will be able to safely return to face-to-face instruction. The University is closely adhering to Centers for Disease Control, California Public Health, and CSU guidelines, and will continue to adapt operations, including classes, to best fit circumstances for the fall semester. 

Thank you for your understanding and patience, and thank you for everything you’re doing for the health and wellbeing of our campus community.