3-23-20 CHC Communication to Students
Good afternoon, Roadrunners!
We hope you are staying home during this second week of spring break in response to the "Stay-at-home" order issued by Gov Gavin Newsom on March 19th. Our faculty and staff have been working to transition all of our classes and services to an online format for the health and safety of our community in response to COVID-19.
Spring break is extended through March 29th and almost every class will be taught remotely beginning March 30th. If your class requires a limited on-campus meeting, you will be contacted by your instructor. Events and activities on campus are canceled through the end of the academic year. The status of commencement 2020 is still being determined. We have extended the deadline to submit your spring 2020 graduation applications to April 7th. Students may submit graduation applications online.
Beginning today, March 23, the following limited student services offices are open virtually through the website:
All other student services will be available as of March 30th through the website, phone, and email during regular work hours.
Please familiarize yourself with the student resources on our website to help you with this transition.
Beginning March 30th - the following limited areas of our campus will be open to registered students only on Mondays and Tuesdays:
- Library 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
- Food Pantry (in Crafton Center) 10 a.m. - noon
- Bookstore 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
We will share additional information as it becomes available. Questions? Email us at CHC_info@craftonhills.edu
We are thinking of you, your families, and our community.
Stay safe and healthy!