Short-term, on-campus visit requests: Employees who need to visit campus to pick up supplies or visit the IT Help Desk, Seawolf Services or Shipping and Receiving must observe guidelines and complete the request form. See Working on Campus for full details.
Return to Campus for Employees: President Sakaki announced a plan to use “a phased approach to resuming on-campus operations” beginning July 6.
Fall 2020 primarily virtual: Chancellor Timothy White has stated that the planning framework for course delivery across the system will be primarily virtual for fall 2020. See President Judy K. Sakaki's message regarding the announcement
Student Emergency Grants: $4.5 million from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security act provides financial relief to our students impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Face Masks: The Sonoma County Health Officer requires that everyone must wear face coverings in any indoor facility besides their residence, in any enclosed open space, or while outdoors when unable to maintain a six-foot distance from another person at all times. 
A shelter-in-place order issued for Sonoma County: SSU employees are to stay home unless deemed on-site critical. Sonoma State has transitioned to all-remote instruction through spring 2020.
SSU transitioned to all remote instruction: During this time there will be no face-to-face classes on campus.
Buildings locked: SSU has locked down most of its buildings with the exception of the first floor of the Student Center and residence halls.
Library Closed: The Library has closed for the rest of the semester.
Commencement postponed: Spring Commencement will be rescheduled on a date to be determined.
No Confirmed Cases: There are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at SSU.

Questions? COVID-19 Call Center (707) 664-2880, covid19@sonoma.edu, staffed Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or leave a message. Student Support and Advising, nomacares@sonoma.edu

The situation regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is evolving rapidly both in the United States and across the globe. We anticipate that the information we currently have will change frequently as well. As a result, we will be continually updating this page and other campus communications concerning COVID-19.

Sonoma State University is committed to the safety and well-being of our community. The campus is working closely with the federal, state and local  public health agencies and the CSU Office of the Chancellor to respond to current conditions and to prepare for the possibility of the virus spreading in our region