Latest Campus Comeback News Updates
SF State's indoor face covering requirement remains in place.
SF State has adequate supplies of well-fitting face coverings such as N95, KN95 and surgical masks for students and employees who are coming to campus. Buildings are well-stocked with masks and building coordinators can provide masks upon request. KN95 masks are also available at the Cesar Chavez Student Center Information Desk.
- California State University announced the intent to require faculty, staff & students to receive a vaccine booster shot to be fully immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 by Feb. 28, 2022, or six months after an individual received the final dose of the original vaccination, whichever is later.
- For more up-to-date information, please read the latest Campus Comeback communications.
- To accommodate increased on-campus instruction and activities for students, the process of confirming compliance with SF State’s implementation of the CSU COVID-19 vaccination/booster policy must be completed in advance of registration for spring 2022.
- All students, regardless of the mode of instruction, are required to upload proof of vaccination/booster or request an exemption for medical or religious reasons.
- View questions about student vaccination/booster requirements.
Upload your proof of vaccination/booster to MyHealth vaccine verification system.
California residents who have lost or misplaced their COVID-19 vaccination/boost record card may also use an electronic version which can be retrieved from the Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record website.er
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.
Steps for Coming to Campus
Visit the sections below to learn how to safely prepare for a phased return to campus.
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 03/24/22.