A Healthy Summer
For three years, our community has remained dedicated to following pandemic guidelines. Continue this summer to take steps to keep yourself and our campus healthy.
Updates on Summer
The CSU no longer requires students and employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccinations are strongly recommended. In addition, updated state and local guidance has shortened the isolation period, if certain criteria are met. Masks are no longer required indoors. Free masks continue to be available on campus.
Students with symptoms can get tested at Campus Health and Wellbeing. All can find numerous off-campus and at-home testing options.
The CSU strongly recommends but no longer requires students and employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccines and boosters are widely available.
Students are no longer required to complete the daily symptom screener to get a campus pass. The daily screener remains a tool for students to monitor their health and well-being. Students are strongly encouraged to report a positive test or symptoms after an exposure.
Do Your Part
We're asking everyone to recommit to the measures that keep our campus community healthy. Have more specific questions? Find the right FAQ.
Monitor Your Health
Students may use the daily symptom screening tool to monitor their health and well-being during the academic term.
The CSU strongly recommends but no longer requires students and employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Find free vaccine appointments.
Find COVID-19 Testing
Students with symptoms can seek medical care at Campus Health and Wellbeing. Community testing sites are also open, and at-home tests are available at local pharmacies and the Cal Poly Pharmacy.
Clean and Disinfect
Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently throughout the day. Disinfect commonly touched surfaces in your space regularly.