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The safety, health and well-being of all campus community members and visitors is our primary commitment.
Cal Poly is actively monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). We are proactively engaged in pandemic planning with our public health partners, including the County of San Luis Obispo Public Health Department and the CDC. Visit this official Cal Poly coronavirus website often for critical updates and advisories.
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
- Cal Poly COVID-19 Dashboard
Detailed data on Cal Poly's on-campus testing and positive cases
View case numbers in San Luis Obispo County, California and the U.S.
Updated Jan. 18, 2022
- 1/18/22 - Updated Isolation and Quarantine Standards for Employees
- Human Resources and Environmental Health and Safety share updated isolation and quarantine requirements pursuant to Cal/OSHA. Read the full message.
- 1/13/22 - Update on Winter Quarter and Boosters
- President Armstrong shared an update on winter quarter planning and response, student booster requirements and masking. Students should upload their booster record by Jan. 20. Read the full messages to learn more.
- 1/6/22 - Important Update on Masks
- President Armstrong shared an important update about the recommended use of surgical and N95/KN95 masks on campus. Read the full message.
Face Coverings Requirements for Campus Activity
Cal Poly requires all students, employees and visitors accessing any indoor facility on campus to wear a face covering, regardless of their vaccination status.
Students, employees and visitors to campus may be outside without a face covering, regardless of their vaccination status.
For more information, visit Stay Healthy.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
The CSU announced a revision to its systemwide COVID-19 Vaccination Policy to require a vaccine booster shot for all eligible students and employees.
Cal Poly is changing its definition of “fully vaccinated” to include a booster for eligible students effective Jan. 20. Students will be considered fully vaccinated if they have completed their primary vaccines series and received a booster by Jan. 20.
Information about how the new CSU and Cal Poly policies apply to employees is forthcoming.
A Rite Aid clinic will offer COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, and the flu vaccine, on campus in January and February. More appointments are available through local public health department sites, some local pharmacies and other providers. Learn more on our COVID-19 Vaccine page.
Cal Poly Roadmap
For updated information on campuswide operations and more during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the Cal Poly Roadmap page.