Yes, events are permitted on campus as long as they follow the requirements detailed in the CSUSB Event Guidelines.
Yes, face coverings are required at campus events regardless of vaccination status. Exceptions are permitted while eating or drinking.
Yes, all students, faculty, staff and off-campus guests are required to complete the daily health screening every time they come to campus. Access to the Daily Health Screen is available on the Return of the Pack website.
No, Physical distancing or barrier requirements, regardless of vaccination status, are no longer mandated except for in very limited circumstances, such as during an outbreak.
Yes, contact information should be collected and include name, personal phone number and email address. Following the event this information is to be submitted to Special Events and Guests Services in case there is a need to follow-up with attendees regarding a possible exposure.
Coyote Connect or Qualtrics are available at no charge to the campus community.
Yes, food should be catered through Yotie Eats and be contactless (packaged/wrapped items/no open buffets). Outdoor eating and drinking is preferred.
Report your positive test result using the CSUSB COVID-19 Reporting Form. The Office of Risk Management and Student Health Center reviews and verifies COVID-19 confirmed cases, provides return to campus status, and responds to concerns from the campus community on COVID-19.
If you are hosting an indoor event that has more than 1,000 people vaccination and/or negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours must be shown at the event.