Meaningful & memorable

Any student who visits our campus will share in responsibility for the health of our whole campus, including students, faculty, staff, visitors, and our surrounding community. Outlined below are some of the ways we’ve worked to ensure as safe of an environment as possible for our CSU Family. For full guidelines, click here.


Housing

The number of students in a dorm room is limited to two to minimize risk among students who live together. We also have rooms set aside for isolation in the event that a student becomes sick with COVID-19.

All residential students are required to submit proof of a negative COVID-19 test at least 24 hours prior to their check-in time. Please follow the following steps:

  1. Once you have your results, take a photo or scan them into a PDF. 
  2. Login to BlackBoard.  
  3. Under “My Courses” on the left-hand side, select “Covid.fall.2020: Covid” 
  4. Click on “COVID-19 Upload Test Results (Click Here)”
  5. Select “Browse Computer” to upload file from your computer or select one of the alternate buttons to upload from another location.  
  6. Locate and select the file of your test results and click “upload.” 
  7. Once you are finished, select the “submit” button to upload your results.  

If you have questions about COVID-19 testing or any other COVID-19 related questions, please email covid19@csuniv.edu

Please note: 

  • Testing between 10-14 days prior to move-in is recommended as some areas have increased wait times for results. 
  • A COVID-19 nasal swab test completed more than 14 days prior to a student’s move-in date will not be accepted.  
  • If your test is positive, DO NOT come to campus. Isolate at home and e-mail their results to  the CSU COVID-19 Coordinator at covid19@csuniv.edu and Residence Life at reslife@csuniv.edu
  • You may submit a serologic test demonstrating the presence of antibodies in lieu of a nasal swab.  

Dining

Dining services will provide grab-and-go meals this summer for students, faculty and staff on campus. In the fall, the status of the pandemic will guide our approach to student dining, which may include continuing grab-and-go for all, enforcing social distancing protocols in the dining hall, and dining in shifts if a return to normal dining routines is not advised.


Recreation

Campus Recreation has multiple safety measures in place for all patrons. Some areas of the facility have been temporarily closed and some equipment has been marked to help with physical distancing. All patrons are expected to follow sign guidelines and should practice excellent personal hygiene.

Prior to entering, patrons are greeted by a staff member to be pre-screened and have a temperature check. Please come dressed for your activity and keep minimal belongings as locker room space will be limited. Patrons will be required to wear a face covering and follow all policies and procedures. Failure to comply will result in removal from the facility.


Support Services

Counseling Services, Career Center, Campus Ministries, and all academic support services are available virtually at this time. For specific hours and guidelines, please contact these specific areas.


Events

While the on-campus experience will be a bit different this fall, our Student Life team is working hard to plan fun and innovative events to give students a meaningful collegiate experience.