A first-generation college student and proud member of the Latinx community, Joseph I. Castro will be the California State University’s first chancellor of color to represent the leading four-year university system in the country.
Joseph I. Castro has been named the California State University’s new chancellor after current Chancellor Timothy P. White delayed his initial retirement due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the announcement made by CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White earlier in the afternoon, President Jane Close Conoley confirmed that Long Beach State will remain virtual through the spring semester.
After “careful consideration of a multitude of factors,” all 23 California State University campuses will remain online for the spring semester Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Thursday.
After months of deliberation, Assembly Bill 1460 has been signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Through CSU Fully Online, currently enrolled students may register for an online course at any of the 23 campuses at no additional cost and receive transferable GE credit.
California Assembly Bill 1460 passed Thursday, meaning all CSU graduates will now have to fulfill a one-course requirement of ethnic studies to complete their degrees.
After months of consideration, the California State University system has decided to continue with virtual delivery come fall 2020.
President Jane Close Conoley said she’s hopeful Long Beach State will return to face-to-face instruction in the fall but is cautious in confirming any plans.
Each student is allocated $1,114 in emergency relief grants.