CSU moving most Classes Online for Upcoming Fall Semester

May 12, 2020
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The CSU system is planning to cancel the majority of its in person classes for the Fall semester. Instead they plan to continue offering online classes.

This decision comes as campuses are trying to combat the ongoing spread of the Coronavirus. KTLA reported that CSU Chancellor, Timothy White made the announcement on Tuesday. 

Some in person activity will be permitted, but the majority of classes will be held virtually. 

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Over 30 thousand students attending Sacramento State university will be asked to continue their classes online in the Fall. 

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