Face to Face, Hybrid, or Online Classes
Keep in mind that schedule formats may continue to change. As we get closer to the term, your department or instructor may contact you with further details about how your classes will be offered. Roughly two-thirds of our class sections will be face-to-face or have a hybrid of some of the instruction being face-to-face and some being remote. Some sections currently slated to be online may come back onto campus.
CSU will offer courses as face-to-face, hybrid, and online.
Below is an explanation of each of these modalities as well as sample schedules with explanations.
More information can be found on CSU’s COVID recovery page.
All class interactions will be fully in person, where capacity does not exceed physical social distancing guidelines or when portions of a class can be rotated into the classroom on alternate days to maintain those guidelines.
These courses show both a physical classroom and online component in the class schedule; they incorporate a mix of online and in-person elements. The in-person experiences will adhere to social distancing protocols and other health and safety regulations. A possible example would be as follows: faculty rotate portions of class through in-person experiences, assuring social distancing, as well as including remote learning components.
All class interactions will be fully digital. Class times will remain scheduled to allow for student and faculty real-time engagement (synchronous) and will offer asynchronous elements.