COVID-19: General Impact on EEGO Operations and Instruction
Last Updated: July 29, 2020
CSU Bakersfield will be delivering most instruction remotely during the Fall 2020 semester. CSUB President Lynnette Zelezny announced on July 23, 2020, that the CSU Chancellor's Office has formally approved the Fall 2020 plan. You can find more information about the campus plan and the President's announcement on the CSUB Returning to Campus website.
Per the campus plan, CSUB Extended Education will be delivering courses remotely with some exceptions. You can review the plans for each degree program here. Certificate program plans are available here.
Extended Education staff continue to work remotely until further notice. However, we stand ready to serve you any way we can. More details about the office closure are available here.
To help Extended Education students better understand how the Fall 2020 plan will impact them, we’ve created this list of FAQs below. If you have additional questions not answered here, please contact the Extended Education office by completing the form at the bottom of this page and we’ll route your question to the appropriate person.
For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC website.
Student Frequently Asked Questions
Below, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help inform students as preparations are made for Fall 2020.
Students enrolled in programs that are already delivered 100% online should notice no difference in content delivery.
Computer labs at the CSUB Library will remain open and available to students in all of our programs. Additionally, once you hear from your instructor that your program is being transitioned from in-person to online, please reach out to your instructor to make alternative arrangements if necessary.
The CSUB main campus has created a COVID-19 section of their website that covers this transition plan and many other topics in detail. You can find that website here.