Campus Comeback

Latest Campus Comeback News Updates

  • The Spring 2022 semester will begin on January 24 and all instruction will take place using remote learning modes, with certain exceptions. Courses listed as in-person on the class schedule are expected to pivot from remote instruction to in-person sessions starting on February 14.  Courses that have received an exception from starting the semester using remote learning modes are available on the Academics and Advising page, and students enrolled in those courses will also be notified by their departments or colleges.
  • Most campus services will be provided remotely until February 7.
  • For more up-to-date information, please read the latest Campus Comeback communications.
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NEW COVID-19 booster appointments are available on campus in January.

COVID-19 Booster Vaccinations Are Available!

  • January 25, 26 and 27
    9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Jack Adams Hall

Appointments are required for January 25 and 26. In addition to the available appointment times, a limited number of walk-ins will be accommodated on January 27. Both Pfizer and Moderna boosters will be available. Current CDC guidance is that everyone 18 years or older should get a COVID-19 booster if it has been five months since they completed their first vaccine series in the case of Moderna and Pfizer or two months after receiving Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.

If you cannot attend one of the days when vaccines will be available on campus, visit to find a booster vaccine appointment near you. 

Please print and complete sections A, B, C and D of the Vaccine Administration Record (VAR) prior to your appointment. Visit the Walgreens website to make an appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card Proof

Upload Your Proof of Vaccination Spring 2022 Requirements


Upload your proof of vaccination to MyHealth vaccine verification system.

California residents who have lost or misplaced their COVID-19 vaccination record card may also use an electronic version which can be retrieved from the Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record website.



SF State’s Reopening Plans Align with Public Health Guidelines

We are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our SF State Gator community because we care about you. Thus, we remain accountable to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Cal/OSHA. As new information becomes available, based on scientific data and events, we will update our campus plans in response.  

The California State University (CSU) has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students and employees returning to campus. 


Together, we are following public health safety guidelines to develop plans for a safe return to campus.

Visit the sections below to learn how to safely prepare for a phased return to campus.

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Please note, the planning, guidance and information reflected on this website are subject to change in response to local public health conditions and local, state and federal guidelines concerning and related to COVID-19. Last revised 01/06/22.