Nine CSU's Begin Semester Online
January 13, 2022
Cal State Long Beach will join a growing group of CSUs starting the spring semester online because the coronavirus once again surges through the state and nation.
As the omicron-driven spike in cases continues spreading, nine of the 23 CSU campuses, as of Thursday, have opted to start the semester online: Sacramento, Los Angeles, Channel Islands, San Diego, Fresno, San Marcos, East Bay, San Francisco and now Long Beach, CSU spokeswoman Toni Molle said.
Most will go virtual for two weeks.CSULA will go online for three weeks and CSULB will be virtual for 2 1/2 weeks.