Questions will be added and updated as information becomes available. If you can't find the answer to your question, please submit a question to our return to campus team by emailing Repopulation@sonoma.edu.
- What percent of classes are on-ground for the Fall 2021 semester?
- Where can I find information about the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for Fall 2021?
- Can anyone visit campus?
- Where are masks required on campus?
- Where can I access a mask on campus if I forgot mine?
- Will we be required to take wellness screenings this fall?
- Who do I notify if I have been exposed to or have tested positive for COVID-19?
- Are student clubs able to meet in-person?
- I need to pick-up new keys. How can I do this?
- When does the SSU library open to the public?
- Is the SSU recreation center open?
- How do I get an SSU ID card?
- How do I get a parking pass?
Roughly 43% of classes will be held in-person
for the Fall 2021 semester.
Information regarding the CSU's decision to implement a COVID-19 vaccination requirement
for the Fall 2021 term can be found on our
vaccine FAQ website.
Yes, our campus is always open to the public. As the campus returns to primarily in-person instruction, campus events and buildings will continue to open throughout the summer to prepare for the fall semester. Many departments will be opening throughout the summer so please contact the department you are planning to visit ahead of time to ensure they will be present for your visit.
Face masks are required inside all non-residential campus buildings, except when in an office that is not shared with others and the door closed.
As of July 19, 2021, six foot physical distancing is no longer required in any settings on campus. However, SSU encourages the campus community
to be conscious of other community member’s space preferences
Yes, all SSU employees and students will be required to take daily wellness screenings.
Residential and students with on-campus instruction must report to firstname.lastname@example.org or (707)-664-COVI (2684). If an employee becomes aware that they may have been exposed to or have tested positive for COVID-19 and were on campus for any length of time in the prior 14 days, the employee must notify their supervisor. Employees may report directly to Risk Management & Safety Services if they cannot reach their supervisor.
Yes, student clubs are able to meet in-person and host in-person events. Please contact your club advisor for more information or Risk Mangement and Safety Services.
Employees and students can visit the Seawolf Service Center anytime from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to obtain or replace any SSU keys. Please complete the key request form and bring it with you to your visit to the Seawolf Service Center.
Employees and students can visit the Seawolf Service Center anytime from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to obtain or replace an SSU ID card.
The University Library opens to the public on August 2, however many student and employee services are available to the campus virtually or contactless through the summer. Visit their website for more information on their services.
Yes, the Recreation Center is currently open for students Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. More information can be found on the Campus Recreation website.
Parking permits are required 24/7 when parking on campus. Semester parking permits can be purchased online through your SSU online services and the parking permits portal. For employees who are eligible for payroll deduction, you will need to go to the Seawolf Service Center to sign up. Payment for the first month is due at the time of sign up in cash or check.