Campus Operations Update
CSUSB has suspended all non-essential on-campus operations temporarily due to COVID-19. During this period, contact the College of Arts and Letters Dean's Office at email@example.com or (909) 537-5800. Staff members are available remotely Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Information about our departments and programs is available at the following links:
CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: For the latest information about CSUSB operational changes, please visit the university's COVID-19 page, updated regularly.
STUDENTS, FACULTY & STAFF: Need help making the transition to virtual learning and remote services? Access a comprehensive collection of CSUSB resources.
Visit CSUSB's acclaimed museum virtually with 'RAFFMA @ Home'
While the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art remains closed temporarily, RAFFMA staff members are sharing its extraordinary collections and exhibits virtually with specially curated material dubbed RAFFMA @ Home. Discover original video and audio content, at-home crafts for children, a showcase of past and present exhibitions and virtual backgrounds to liven up Zoom meetings.
A message from Dean Chuang to Arts and Letters students
I hope this message finds you and your loved ones well in these unprecedented circumstances caused by COVID-19.
As we begin the Spring 2020 quarter, I wanted to share a few thoughts about the many ways we’re supporting each other and the extraordinary, ongoing efforts to prepare the College of Arts and Letters for virtual learning while keeping everyone safe. It’s never been truer that we are all in this together.
Let me assure you that our commitment to delivering outstanding instruction and services remains unwavering. The transition hasn’t been easy and many challenges remain, both known and unknown. Yet while the delivery methods may have changed, our mission has not.
Last week, the university debuted a comprehensive collection of resources to help students manage the many changes enacted for the Spring 2020 quarter. There you’ll find information about Internet access, borrowing a laptop, Zoom training, parking refunds, free software downloads, housing, library services, financial aid, counseling and more.
In addition, the CAL Advising team remains available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. to respond to email, meet through Zoom, and if necessary, consult with students by phone. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the CAL Advising home page for more information.
In facing the difficulties imposed on all of us, I know our students will meet them with resilience and grace. Above all, please know that the entire College — myself included — is available to help and support you as we navigate this trying time.
While you will continue to receive regular communication by email, I encourage students to follow the College’s social media accounts at Facebook.com/csusbcal, Instagram.com/csusbcal and Twitter.com/csusbcal, where we share time-sensitive news, information, success stories and best practices for adapting to this “new normal.”
Let’s all remember to stay connected and give each other the support we’ll need to get through this together. We may be isolated from each other for the moment but we remain united. #WeAreCAL
Stay safe and remain Coyote strong.
Dean, College of Arts and Letters
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