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Fall Semester 2021
Cal State East Bay expects to open up its campus to more students, faculty and staff for Fall Semester 2021.
The university has scheduled 40 percent of its Fall 2021 Semester classes to be either face-to-face or hybrid. We also expect to be able to open many more activities beyond classes including dining services, the library, the Recreation and Wellness Center (RAW), Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) and more.
Here are some of the events planned in August.
- Aug. 2-6: Orientation Virtual Open House for new students, hosted by the orientation team
- Aug. 12-14: Move-in Day at Pioneer Heights
- Aug. 17: Welcome Back Week (clubs and orgs tabling, DJ music at the A&E walkway)
- Aug. 18: First day of classes
- Aug. 24: alFresco
On July 27, the California State University system announced that it will require faculty, staff and students who are accessing campus facilities at any university location to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Cal State East Bay will align with this requirement, and anyone who plans to be at the Hayward, Concord or Oakland Center campuses must be vaccinated or have a valid exemption. To allow time to become fully vaccinated or to request an exemption, the effective date of this requirement at Cal State East Bay will be September 15, 2021.
On-Campus Vaccination Clinics and Testing
As fall semester begins, Cal State East Bay will host two on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinics as well as regular on-campus COVID-19 testing for its students, faculty and staff at its Hayward location.
La Familia will administer the walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Aug. 17 and Sept. 14 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Old University Union, Lobby and Room 102. All three vaccines — Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson — will be offered. Individuals can get their first or second dose.
Students, faculty and staff should bring a government issued ID such as driver’s license or Bay Card (hard copy or digital). Check in is at the West Loop Road entrance of the union.
On-campus testing begins the week of Aug. 16 in front of the Student Health Center. Registration is required.