Academics

Spring 2022 Class Schedule: In Person or Online?

From February 14, CSUDH is primarily delivering Spring 2022 courses in person. Classes meeting in person will have a physical building and room number listed in the published schedule of classes. All others are meeting remotely.

Not all classes that we offer remotely have fixed meeting times. If a time is listed, then students and faculty will be with each other online at the same time (called "synchronous"). If no time or day is listed then students participate on their own schedule, interacting with each other with the faculty, and preparing assignments and getting feedback.

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  • For information about campus services, student support, and more, visit the Student FAQ page.

  • Spring 2022 Academics

  • Important Dates and Deadlines

    • January 24: Classes Begin (Online)
    • February 14: In-person Instruction Begins
    • February 14 - 18: Late Registration Add/Drop via Change of Program
    • May 13: Last Day of Classes
    • May 14-20: Final Examinations
    • May 24: Final Grades Due, Semester Ends

    See the 2021-22 Academic Calendar [PDF] for more information.

  • How will I know if my class is online or in-person (from February 14)?

    Classes meeting face-to-face will have a physical building and room number listed in the published schedule of classes. All others will meet remotely.

    Not all classes that we offer remotely have fixed meeting times. If a time is listed, then students and faculty will be with each other online at the same time (called “synchronous”). If no time or day is listed then students participate on their own schedule, interacting with each other with the faculty, and preparing assignments and getting feedback.

  • What if I don't wish to return for in-person classes? What options will be available to me?

    You may be able to find virtual classes to replace those meeting face-to-face, either because it’s an online section of the same course, or because it’s a different course, offered online, that meets the same degree requirement. However, it’s in your interest to come to campus if that’s how your classes are offered. Most of our courses and instruction are optimized for face-to-face instruction. For these courses you’ll find the subjects make more sense, and that it’s easier for you to remember what you’ve learned and apply it in other settings, when you take your classes the way they were designed.

  • What happens if I get COVID-19 during the semester and have to quarantine? How will it affect my grades?

    In the case of COVID-19 or any other medical emergency that keeps you away for some of the semester, we will work with you to minimize the impacts to your learning, your grades, and your progress to graduation. If you have to quarantine, then make sure you immediately notify your instructors and the Office of the Registrar.

  • How will in-person classes comply with health and safety measures?

    CSUDH is taking all necessary measures to ensure safety requirements will be met for in-person classes. This includes enhanced cleaning and mandatory mask-wearing for everyone on campus. See more information on campus health and safety protocols.

  • Am I able to order books and supplies through the Bookstore?

    Yes. Please visit the Bookstore page for information on how to order your books.

  • Can I use the Library for WiFi access?

    Yes. The CSUDH Library, along with all other campus services, is open. For students who need off-hours internet access, CSUDH is offering many technology resources for students in need. CSUDH is offering many technology resources for students in need.

  • What should I do if my instructor is not responding to me?

    Students who don't hear back from their instructors should next contact the chair of the relevant department. If there is still no response, contact the associate dean of the college.

  • Advisement

    Academic advisors are working in person and remotely. Contact information for all university advisors can be found on the online advisor hub. This includes:

    • All College advisors
    • EOP academic advisors
    • ETE advisors
    • TRIO advisors
    • Multicultural centers advisors
    • Academic Affairs Office of the Provost Advocate
    • University Academic Center academic advisors

    Please visit the University Advisement Center contact page for hours of operation, information about the Virtual Call Center, and advice for how to schedule a Zoom or face-to-face appointment. There is also an FAQ page with more details about CSUDH academics and advising.

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