2021

Archives for 2021.

L.A. County Moves into the Red Tier

As COVID-19 cases have declined, L.A. County has moved down from the “purple tier” to the “red tier” according to California’s blueprint for a safer economy. This change lifts some restrictions and allows some indoor operations with safeguards in place. L.A. County…

Vaccines for Higher Ed Employees

L.A. County Public Health has reserved an allocation of COVID-19 vaccination doses for the higher education sector for Friday, March 19. They will be distributed through county-run massive vaccination “Point of Distribution” sites called MegaPODS. Appointments can be accessed on the My Turn…

Fee Waiver Updates

Have you or a loved one considered taking CSU courses and using the fee waiver benefit? The fee waiver website now features resources and video tutorials designed to support you and your dependents through the fee waiver process, including a new streamlined…

Time Change on Sunday, March 14

Daylight saving time is almost here, which means it’s time to spring forward. On Saturday night before turning out the lights, make sure to change any clocks and watches that are not linked to wi-fi…

New Safer Return Website

The Safer Return website has been redesigned to provide information about health and safety protocols, well-being resources and vaccine information. It also includes the content from the Health Alert website, which has been archived, including office and department business hours, data on…

What to Expect After Getting a Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccination will help protect people from getting the virus and/or experiencing the most severe symptoms of the disease. There are side effects, which are normal signs that your body is building protection. The Center for Disease Control and…