Return to Campus
Interim Chancellor Gonzales has formed a Return to Campus (R2C) Task
Force consisting of constituent group leaders who are meeting
regularly to explore what it means for students, faculty, staff and
the community-at-large to return to campus safely, following all
public health guidelines.
CCSF's Summer Session 2020 and Fall Semester 2020 will be held primarily online, with some exceptions. To that end, all College stakeholder groups on the R2C Task Force are continuing to closely monitor the data and guidance issued by elected leaders and public health officials to develop a phased Return to Campus Plan.
Phase I City College Return to Campus
The College will adhere to all County Health guidelines in planning
for a return to campus for students and employees. We will not
require employees to return to campus unless we can do so in
compliance with the recommended guidelines; e.g., ensure social
distancing can occur, provide for PPEs for employees, disinfect common
Effective June 1, the College will begin a gradual return to campus ONLY for employees whose jobs cannot be done remotely. A gradual return to campus will start with training for all employees and identifying COVID19 “safety monitors” for each work area.
We will work with employees who are unable to return to campus due to their own health reasons or because they are caretakers for at-risk family members.
Many employees who are able to work remotely, will continue to work remotely until further notice.
- R2C Web Portal
- Employee Survey - In development
- Student Survey - In development
- Identifying and Purchasing a Supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for all Locations
- Return to Instruction
- Return to Student Services
- Return to Facilities