Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
Last updated: March 18, 2020 at 3:34 p.m.
San Diego State University and SDSU World Campus are closely monitoring the worldwide situation regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). While the immediate risk of the coronavirus to the SDSU World Campus community is believed to be low at this time, we each have a personal responsibility to assist in mitigating this emergent public health threat. SDSU World Campus students, instructors, and staff are asked to maintain healthy habits to help prevent the spread of disease.
More details from SDSU World Campus and the status of our programs will be shared below as they are discovered. This is a very fluid situation, please continue to visit this page for more information.
World Campus Program Updates
For our students currently enrolled in fully online programs and courses, no changes unless notified by your instructor.
To see the current status and plans for your Face-to-Face classes, please go here.
World Campus Email Archives
March 18 Student Move-Out Expedited, Exams Suspended
March 17 CSU Guidelines: New Telework Requirements, Social Distancing for Students and Employees
March 15 Regarding Instruction Pause: Face-to-Face Classes Have Ended, Including Labs
March 14 Regarding a case of COVID-19 within our SDSU community
March 12 Regarding a pause of face to face instruction for Spring 2020
March 11 Regarding suspension of Osher Learning Institute courses
March 9 Regarding study abroad suspensions and community health guidelines