MPPs will pick up permits for their group. However, there is no need to ask staff to come ahead of time to pick up their permit if they do not plan to be on campus before July 10. As an alternative, whenever they do plan to be on campus, they can call the parking office between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (510-885-3790), probably the day before, and provide them with the following vehicle information (License Plate Number, Make, Model, Color) to go on a No-Cite List for the day. This will give people time to stop by their MPP's office or other designated location to pick up their permits on their normal day of arrival. The parking office will be staffed by July 6.
The Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential counseling and referral service designed to help employees and their eligible dependents resolve personal, work, or home life events. Benefits eligible employees in all bargaining units are eligible for these services.
The Presidential Pioneers Emergency Fund provides immediate assistance to CSUEB students in need due to the COVID-19 crisis. Students seeking support from the Presidential Pioneers Emergency Fund should complete the Student Application for Emergency Assistance through Pioneers for H.O.P.E.
If you are ill, do not come to campus. Please visit the I'm sick/someone I know is sick page for more information.
It is important that students who are ill not report to campus until medically cleared. Please tell the student to call their primary health care provider or seek outside evaluation. Students may also call the Student Health Center for non-COVID 19 illnesses/concerns. Resources regarding COVID-19 testing can be found here if needed. If you find out that a student is positive for COVID-19, please email your dean and Student Health at email@example.com. Please note, students may have to submit a generic note of clearance, but they are not obligated to disclose a diagnosis or any health information to faculty/staff.
ITS' Service Desk can be contacted in the following ways:
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