California State Universities ‘won’t return’ to normal next year, chancellor says

California State Universities will offer more in-person classes in the fall but it still won’t be like a traditional college before the pandemic.

“I think fall will certainly be a transitional semester for us,” Chancellor Joseph I. Castro told The Bee’s Education Lab. “I anticipate more in-person instruction and yet we won’t return to how it was prior to the pandemic.”

More virtual courses will be offered than there were a year and a half ago to meet student needs, Castro said, and each campus will find its balance.

But, virtual learning is here to stay, he confirmed.

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