We understand that many of us are experiencing varying degrees of pandemic fatigue. We are ready to resume our normal lives and routines, to return to campus, and to hug family and friends. With the arrival of the vaccine, we are optimistic that the end of stringent public health orders is in sight, but it is important to continue to follow COVID-19 protocols consistently in order to keep ourselves and our community safe while we wait for everyone to have the opportunity to be vaccinated. We appreciate all of you who have continued to stay home, wear masks, and maintain physical distance. If you have become less diligent in your precautions, we implore you to recommit yourself to them. We look forward to the day when we can safely welcome all of you back to campus.
Take care and be well,
Margaret Klawunn, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Vejas Skripkus, M.D.
Executive Director, Student Health Service & University Physician
Katya Armistead, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice Chancellor & Dean of Student Life
Sharleen O'Brien, Psy.D.
Associate Dean & Director, Health & Wellness
Suzanne Perkin, M.Ed.
Associate Dean of Student Life
Joaquin Becerra, M.A.
Assistant Dean & Director, Office of Student Conduct