California State University Systems cancels fall semester.

As the Covid-19 pandemic continue to affect the economy and especially the education sector, the chancellor of California State University, the nation’s largest four-year public university system, said that classes at its 23 campuses would be canceled for the fall semester.

While addressing the board of trustees,chancellor, Timothy P. White, allowed for the possibility of exceptions saying, if health and safety precautions permit, clinical classes in the nursing program, for example, could be held in person which would include certain science labs and other essential instruction. 

according to the statement, some possible examples of potential exceptions  – and only when there are sufficient resources available and protocols in place to assure that rigorous health and safety requirements are in place – include clinical classes with training mannequins for our nursing students such that we keep students on track for licensure and entry into the state’s healthcare workforce; essential physical and life science laboratory classes enabling degree completion and entry into the energy and bioscience fields; access to kilns and other unique facilities to enable students in the performing and creative arts to explore and express the depth, breadth and beauty of humanity; hands-on experience with unique instrumentation and senior capstone projects for engineering, architecture and agriculture students; and access to the blue-water hands-on interactive simulator for boat and ship handling, to provide students with knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for the maritime industry and required for licensure by the US Coast Guard and UN International Maritime Organization

The California State University is the largest system of four-year higher education in the country, with 23 campuses, 53,000 faculty and staff and 482,000 students

 

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