Details for hourly, intermittent and student employees regarding distribution of the upcoming July 15 pay warrant.
It is not yet known how the adjusted state budget reduction will be distributed to our campus and so, at this time, we are still planning for a total budget deficit for 2020-21 of at least $20 million. Though the adjustments to the state budget reduction may provide some relief for our budget plan, it is important to note that we are still working to find ways to close our current budget gap, which is also impacted by our reduced enrollment projections.
President Judy K. Sakaki provides an update about fall 2020 following approval of the SSU plan for academics, housing, and dining by Chancellor Timothy White and the CSU Chancellor’s Office. Classes, academic support, and student, faculty, and employee services will largely be virtual, but a summary of the main elements of the plan is summarized.
TO: SSU Employees
FR: David Crozier, AVP for Financial Services
RE: Travel Updates
The CSU has extended the suspension of all non-essential international and domestic travel for the entire 2020-21 fiscal year. The CSU has given campus presidents the authority to provide exceptions to this suspension when there are compelling reasons that support the academic and co-curricular mission of the campus.
TO: Sonoma State Employees
FR: Payroll and Benefits
RE: June 30 live pay warrant distribution
The upcoming payday for faculty and staff is Tuesday, June 30.
Sonoma State will gradually bring back employees to work on campus beginning July 6. Employees who are 65 or older or COVID-vulnerable will continue to telecommute or use the appropriate administrative leave. Employees who can effectively work remotely are encouraged to continue to telecommute for the remainder of the Fall 2020 semester.
Details for hourly, intermittent and student employees regarding distribution of the upcoming June 15 pay warrant.
President Judy K. Sakaki provides an update on what the Fall 2020 semester will be like at Sonoma State.
In response to COVID-19, the State Controller’s Office is temporarily suspending the printing of direct deposit advice statements effective May 20, 2020. This change will remain in place through the Governor’s State of Emergency.
Because of the continued state and local orders related to COVID-19, Sonoma State University is extending our temporary telecommuting program. The earliest that eligible employees will return to work on campus will be July 6, 2020, after which we anticipate using a phased approach to resuming on-campus operations.