Roadmap to Recovery

September 13, 2020

President Joyce McConnell outlined a COVID-19 Recovery Plan on April 29 that included priorities, planning phases, varying scenarios for on-campus and remote learning delivery, structure and processes, timelines, and budget strategies. Members of the CSU community continue to be invited to …

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Fall Semester Preparations and Measures

July 20, 2020

Courses will be delivered through three types of classes: In-person, in-classroom- which remains our focus as much as possible Hybrid of both in-person and online Online For more information about how to determine student schedules and course delivery, see the …

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Fall 2020 Framework

June 24, 2020

As we plan for a fall semester in-person for our students, faculty, and staff, we have developed a comprehensive wellness framework to prioritize the health of our community. This framework, and the specific guidelines and protocols we will develop to …

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Recovery Planning Town Halls

May 22, 2020

COVID-19 Recovery – FALL 2020 Return to Campus Virtual Town Hall Colorado State University will host two COVID-19 Recovery Town Hall sessions to provide updates and answer questions about the Fall 2020 semester and the procedures regarding the return to …

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Recovery Planning Timeline

May 22, 2020

Phase Three of the planning process was completed May 13 by the Working Groups. They prepared a detailed plan for presentation to the Board of Governors at its scheduled June 3-5 meeting. The Pandemic Preparedness Team will continue to provide timely …

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Recovery Planning Process

May 22, 2020

CSU’s Recovery Planning Process is moving through four stages: Phase 1: Immediate (Prior to Spring Break 2020, including the identification and evaluation of the crisis and initial actions taken in response)Phase 2: Short-term (From Spring Break through the conclusion of …

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Recovery Planning Scenarios

May 22, 2020

The working groups have been asked to consider and offer recommendations related to the following scenarios: Best-case: Summer semester is delivered primarily by remote instruction. Work begins to implement a transition back to on-campus work in fall, including research, engagement, …

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