Five of the 52 courses offered for winter session filled, and another 19 reached 90% -- or higher -- of their enrollment capacity.
For the first time, class will be in session for some students during the holiday season, when units have the option to reduce operations. Many student-focused services and facilities, both in-person and online, will remain available during portions of the 11-day partial shutdown that begins Christmas Eve.
Though operations have been different and more difficult during the pandemic, the three campus child care centers stayed open throughout a successful fall semester.
The Smile and Write program uses peer accountability to help faculty and staff keep their writing projects on track and connect with others in the program. It will expand to twice a week for spring semester.