Classes are suspended, and will not meet, Monday, Mar. 16 through Wednesday, Mar. 18

In alignment with the effort of Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo County Schools to reduce the spread of coronavirus, Cuesta College will move to online course delivery beginning Mar. 19.

“There are no identified cases of COVID-19 in San Luis Obispo County, but heightened measures to protect our community are being enacted,” said Dr. Jill Stearns, Cuesta College Superintendent / President. “The COVID-19 Planning Team has been working with Cuesta College Federation of Teachers (CCFT) leaders throughout this time of uncertainty and I appreciate the calm, student- centered, perspective that has guided decision-making,”

Classes are suspended, and will not meet, Monday, Mar. 16 through Wednesday, Mar. 18. Training for students and faculty on online tools and other technologies will begin at noon on Monday, March 16. Training schedules and locations are still to be determined.

Cuesta College campuses will remain open.

For up-to-date information, please visit cuesta.edu/covid-19.

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