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Information for Faculty and Staff

Upload your Booster Records

Employees can now upload proof of their COVID-19 booster in compliance with the updated CSU COVID-19 Vaccine Policy. The deadline for employees to update their booster information varies by bargaining unit. Employees who are not in compliance will be required to submit to COVID-19 surveillance testing.

 

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COVID-19 Vaccines and Boosters

Employees who have recently become fully vaccinated can update their status by visiting the COVID-19 Info tab on their portal.

Rite Aid offers free COVID-19 vaccine clinics on campus July 15, August 5 and September 16. Vaccines are also available for free throughout the local community.

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Quick Links for Staff and Faculty

Get to know the protocol and resources in place to keep the campus community healthy. Need more detail? Read Academic Affairs' Frequently Asked Questions page.

Face Covering Guidance

Masks are not required in most indoor settings for students, employees or visitors regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings must be work in health care settings. Masks are not required on public transit. People can choose to wear masks if they want. Free N95 masks are available on campus.

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Spring Quarter Syllabus Statements

The CTLT has updated its faculty resources page with syllabus statements for spring quarter.

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Reporting COVID-19 Cases

If you are a state employee who has tested positive or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and have been on campus in the past 14 days, complete the confidential COVID-19 online reporting form. There is also guidance for managers and department chairs.

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COVID-19 Testing Resources

Asymptomatic employees can access free, saliva-based COVID-19 testing is available in UU221 Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed Sunday, April 17). Make an appointment and secure a unique six-digit testing ID number at least one hour before each appointment.

Night and swing shift employees who are asymptomatic can use the testing site 6-8 a.m. on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays throughout winter quarter. No appointment is needed, but a new six-digit testing ID is required.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, contact your health care provider or find a testing site in the community.

All employees who are not fully vaccinated — including ASI, Corporation and state employees — are required to test for COVID-19 every seven days.

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Programs for University Employees

Working Remotely

Access toolkits from University Personnel about successfully working from home, join virtual book circles and find tools to maintain an inclusive workplace on and off campus.

Working Remotely Toolkit

Employee Assistance Program

Faculty and staff employed by the State, and their household members can get free help with personal and workplace challenges. The Cal Poly Corporation also provides Employee Benefits information.

Wellbeing and Work/Life Balance