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Overview

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented transition of classes and services to the online environment. Though there are still questions about how long we will operate predominantly online, we are planning for our eventual return to campus now.

In response to rising case numbers in our region, we temporarily moved most in-person classes, labs, and services online until Monday, January 31. On Monday, January 31, our Difficult-to-Convert classes (see list in FAQ below) will return to in-person instruction due to expanded testing capacity and leveling case numbers in Sacramento County. Other in-person lecture classes will stay online through the Presidents’ Day weekend (resuming in person on February 22). Though most of our employees and students are vaccinated, the sheer volume of cases is leading to concerns about serious breakthrough cases, rising hospitalization rates in our region, and the operational impacts of large-scale staff and student absences.

For the spring 2022 semester, Los Rios Community College District requires that employees are fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption. Additionally, all students who access district and college facilities must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement

Los Rios requires that all employees meet the COVID-19 vaccination requirement.

Vaccination Requirement

COVID-19 Testing

Learn about on-campus COVID-19 testing for employees.

COVID-19 Testing

FAQ: Classes and Services

In response to skyrocketing case numbers in our region, Los Rios Community College District temporarily moved most in-person classes and labs online from the start of the semester until Monday, January 31.

What classes will be offered in person during spring 2022?

In response to rising case numbers in our region, Los Rios Community College District is temporarily moving most in-person classes and labs online until Monday, January 31.

The following Allied Health and Impossible-to-Convert programs will continue with in-person instruction:

  • Allied Health Programs:
    • CNA
    • EMT
    • Firefighter Academy
    • Funeral Services
    • Imaging
    • Medical Assisting
    • Medical Lab Technology
    • OTA
    • Nursing
    • Paramedic
    • PTA
    • Public Safety
    • Respiratory Care
    • Sonography
  • Impossible-to-Convert Programs:
    • Adaptive PE
    • Aeronautics
    • Apprenticeship
    • Automotive
    • Automotive Collision
    • Aviation
    • Biotechnology
    • Commercial Music
    • Construction
    • Cosmetology
    • Culinary Arts
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Dental Assisting
    • Diesel
    • Electrician Trainee
    • Fashion
    • Health Care Interpreting
    • Horticulture
    • Mechanical Electrical Technology
    • Veterinary Technology
    • Viticulture
    • Welding
    • Work Experience

On Monday, January 31 our Difficult-to-Convert classes will return to in-person instruction due to expanded testing capacity and leveling case numbers in Sacramento County. These classes will include offerings in these disciplines:

    • Animal Science
    • Art
    • Astronomy
    • Biology, Biology - Field Studies
    • Chemistry
    • Chemical Technology
    • Dance
    • Design Technology
    • Electronics Technology
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Electronic Technology
    • Energy
    • Engineering
    • English Education 
    • Fashion
    • Fitness
    • Geography
    • Geology
    • Interpreting Prep
    • Kinesiology
    • Mechanical Electrical Technology
    • Music, Music - Specializations in Music
    • Natural Resources
    • Personal Activity
    • Pharmacy Technology
    • Photography
    • Physics
    • Psychology
    • Radio, Television and Film Production
    • Speech & Language Pathology
    • Sports
    • Theatre, Theatre Arts Production, Theatre Arts Film

See specific Spring 2022 Difficult-to-Convert Courses within each discipline.

Other in-person lecture classes will stay online through the Presidents’ Day weekend (resuming in-person on February 22). If you are enrolled in an in-person class, please watch your email and Canvas closely for information from your instructor on when your class will be returning to campus.

What student services will be offered in person during spring 2022?

In response to skyrocketing case numbers in our region, Los Rios is temporarily moving most in-person services online from the start of the semester until February 22.

During this time, student services staff will be available in person at each campus to direct students to online services:

  • Welcome and Support Center at ARC
  • Welcome Center at CRC
  • Welcome Center at FLC
  • Student Services Building at SCC

For the remainder of spring 2022, we will offer many student services at least partially in-person. Implementation of these critical services for students will vary college-by-college based on student demand and unique staffing dynamics.

Are child development centers open?

Yes, the child development centers at American River College, Cosumnes River College, and Sacramento City College will be open in spring 2022. Hours of operation might be limited; please check with the centers directly for more information.

FAQ: Health and Safety

What should an employee do if a student informs them they have tested positive for COVID or been directly exposed to someone who has?

It is very important to report this information immediately to your supervisor/manager.

If the student comes to a classroom or student service area and informs you that they have tested positive for COVID, then escort them outside to talk to them to avoid exposure (more than 15-minute contact at less than six feet).

Get their contact information and ask them to go home and await further instructions. Contact your manager or supervisor to inform them of the situation. Your supervisor or manager will walk you through the COVID reporting process, which includes providing specific information about the exposure, identifying potential exposure to others who were around the student, and other relevant information.

After the COVID team of college nurses and Dr. Iser reviews the report, they will provide guidance on the next steps.

Find procedures, forms, and training for each location:

What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19 or am exposed to someone who has?

If you test positive for COVID-19 or are exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, then do not come to campus. Refer to the following guidelines:

  1. Stay home and isolate for at least five days (see the California Department of Public Health's Stay Home Guidance) and adhere to the following recommendations:
    • Stay home except to get medical care.
    • Do not have any visitors.
    • Wear a face-covering around others.
    • Cover your coughs and sneezes.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or if you can't wash your hands, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Disinfect any surfaces you touch frequently.
    • Use a separate bathroom or disinfect a shared bathroom after each use.
    • Stay at least six feet away from other people, especially those in high-risk groups more likely to get sick (such as people who are over age 65 or severely overweight, or have a weak immune system or a chronic disease like cancer, diabetes, or heart/lung disease).
    • If you must be in a shared space, open windows when possible.
  2. Isolation can end after day 5 and you can return to campus on day 6 if both of the following are true:
    • Symptoms are not present or are resolving
    • A PCR test* collected on day 5 or later is negative
  3. Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of ten days. At Los Rios, masks are required to be worn indoors.

* Testing can be done on campus through Biocept. If a PCR test is completed outside of Biocept, then provide a copy of the results. Rapid tests and home tests are not acceptable. Employees with a vaccination requirement exemption must test with Biocept.

If you have a fever, then continue to isolate until the fever resolves. If you have symptoms other than fever that are not resolving, then continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after day 10. You may then return to campus on day 11.

Absence Reporting for Employees

Notify your manager/supervisor. If you are directed by your supervisor/manager to quarantine or isolate, then you will be provided notification and directions for absence reporting.

Please keep your manager/supervisor updated.

Reporting

Find procedures, forms, and training for each location:

What should an employee do if a student comes to campus and is neither vaccinated nor exempted from the vaccination requirement?

All students need to have a cleared status to attend an in-person class or access any in-person services. If a student is cleared, then that means that they are in compliance with our vaccination requirement, either by having submitted proof of vaccination or by having an approved exemption (and associated accommodation) on record.

If a student who is not cleared attempts to come to an in-person class or access any in-person services, then faculty or staff should address the issue with the student by restating the policy as they would with any other classroom student conduct issue and ask the student to leave immediately. Once the student leaves, the faculty and staff should contact their college's student conduct officer to report the situation, so that appropriate disciplinary actions can be taken immediately.

If the student still refuses to comply, then faculty and staff can use the below phone numbers to contact a manager on duty to help address the situation.

How should faculty handle student absences from in-person classes?

Faculty should follow existing absence/attendance policies outlined in syllabi for any student who does not come to class as a result of not being cleared for in-person classes or services. The absences are unexcused and should be treated as any other absence by faculty. Students should be dropped by faculty for non-attendance if they violate the attendance policy outlined in the class syllabus.

Must students be vaccinated or cleared via an exemption to attend fully online classes?

No, the vaccination requirement only applies to students coming to campus. Students enrolled in fully online classes do not need to be cleared and should not be dropped from fully online classes if they are not cleared. Students who want to enroll in in-person classes for the spring 2022 semester must be cleared before they can enroll.

However, all students must be cleared to access in-person services, such as tutoring, computer labs, and so on.

How can faculty know which students in their in-person classes are in compliance with the vaccination requirement?

Each class roster will show which students are cleared. If a student's status does not show cleared on the roster, then that student is not cleared to attend in-person classes or access in-person services. Student services staff can also look up an individual student's status for in-person services.

After October 1, 2021, all students need a cleared status to be in any on-ground class or access any in-person services. If a student is cleared, then they are in compliance with our vaccination requirement – either by having submitted proof of vaccination or by having an approved exemption (and associated accommodation) on record.

If a student who is not cleared attempts to come to an in-person class or access any in-person services, then faculty or staff should address the issue with the student by restating the policy as they would with any other classroom or campus student conduct issue and ask the student to leave immediately. After the student leaves, faculty and staff should contact their dean or supervisor to report the situation, so that appropriate disciplinary actions can be taken immediately.

If the student still refuses to comply, then faculty and staff can use the below phone numbers to contact a manager on duty to help address the situation.

What is the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Program?

Cal/OSHA regulations require that employers implement a site-specific, written COVID-19 prevention program to address COVID-19 health hazards, correct unsafe or unhealthy conditions, and provide face coverings. The program includes:

  • Identifying and evaluating employee exposures to COVID-19 health hazards
  • Implementing effective policies and procedures to correct unsafe and unhealthy conditions (such as safe physical distancing, modifying the workplace, and staggering work schedules)
  • Providing and ensuring workers wear face coverings to prevent exposure in the workplace
  • Provide effective training and instruction to employees on how COVID-19 is spread, infection prevention techniques, and information regarding COVID-19-related benefits that affected employees may be entitled to under applicable federal, state, or local laws
  • Read the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards – What Employers Need to Know

FAQ: Masks and PPE

Are masks required on Los Rios campuses?

Masks are required for all students, employees, and visitors in any indoor space at Los Rios Community College District, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are not required for outdoor activities; however, masks are always permissible and anyone who feels safer or more comfortable wearing a face-covering outdoors is encouraged to do so.

Throughout the pandemic, we have consistently relied on recommendations from public health experts regarding the best approaches to keep our students, faculty, and staff healthy and safe. In July 2021, Sacramento County and Yolo County announced recommendations that all residents, vaccinated and unvaccinated, wear masks at all times indoors.

If you have a medical condition, mental health condition, communication disability, or other disability that precludes you from wearing a face mask and you seek an exemption from the Los Rios COVID-19 face mask requirements, please download the Student COVID-19 Face Mask Medical Exemption Request Form and consult with your physician, mental health counselor, therapist, or medical professional. The form can be printed and filled out by hand or filled out digitally. Signed and completed exemption requests should be emailed to the appropriate college:

Questions can be sent to each college using these same email addresses.

How do employees request personal protective equipment (PPE)?

Masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) are available at each college via the Operations Department.

What should faculty or staff do if a student will not wear their mask?

Following direction from the Sacramento County Department of Public Health, all students and employees must wear masks in any indoor space on any Los Rios campus. Any student or employee who does not comply with this requirement is subject to disciplinary action.

If a student refuses to wear their mask, then the employee should address the issue with the student by restating the policy as they would with any other classroom or campus student conduct issue. If the student still refuses to comply, then the employee can use the below phone numbers to contact a manager on duty to help address the situation.

If I have an approved exemption from wearing a mask, can I still come on campus?

In most cases, a person with an approved medical mask exemption is allowed on campus with required additional protective measures to ensure the health and safety of our campus communities. In the event that you have a medical condition, mental health condition, communication disability, or other disability that precludes you from wearing a face mask, we will work with you on appropriate accommodations.

Employees who are interested in pursuing an accommodation related to the COVID-19 face mask requirements should contact their college or district office ADA officer.

What type of mask should I wear?

We strongly recommend wearing surgical masks or higher-level respirator N95 or KN95 masks instead of cloth masks or other face-coverings that provide less protection. Read the California Department of Public Health's latest guidance on masks and face coverings.

Scarfs, ski masks, balaclavas, bandanas, turtlenecks, collars, or single layers of fabric are not acceptable face coverings, as they do not provide adequate protection from the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, face shields cannot be used in lieu of masks unless a part of a specific accommodation for an approved mask exemption.

FAQ: Vaccine Requirements

Are vaccinations required for faculty and staff?

As of December 1, 2021, all Los Rios employees must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file.

Consistent with all applicable laws, Los Rios will grant limited exemptions for eligible documented medical conditions as well as narrowly defined and sincerely held religious beliefs. Learn how to request a medical or religious vaccination requirement exemption.

By what date do I need to be fully vaccinated?

To enroll in in-person classes for the spring 2022 semester, all students must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file. Students who are not vaccinated or do not have an approved exemption on file for the spring 2022 semester are not allowed to come to campus for in-person classes or student support services.

As of December 1, 2021, all Los Rios employees must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file.

Do temporary classified and student workers who work 100% online need to meet the vaccine requirement to stay employed?

As with all other employees, temporary classified and student employees who work exclusively online must meet the vaccine requirement (meaning they are either vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file) to be in compliance with the vaccine requirement. Disciplinary action against an employee who does not meet the vaccine requirement (in the case of temporary classified and student employees, disciplinary action means that employment is immediately terminated) only begins when that employee arrives on campus or at any district facility in person.

Beginning in spring 2022, all temporary classified and student employees – even those who work exclusively online – must meet the vaccine requirement to maintain their employment.

How do I fill out my absence report if I have a vaccination appointment scheduled during work hours?

All permanent and adjunct Los Rios employees have been provided supplemental COVID-19 leave effective January 4 through June 30, 2022, to get their COVID-19 vaccination or booster shot without using regular sick leave or vacation time. For full-time employees, up to 20 hours of COVID leave is available; for part-time employees, up to 10 hours of COVID leave is available.

To take advantage of this Los Rios benefit (which is set to expire at the end of June):

  1. Notify your supervisor.
  2. Report your absence in Employee Self-Service as sick leave with the notation Emergency Sick Leave in the comments.
  3. Fill out the COVID Leave Form and submit it to Employee Benefits at DO-Benefits@losrios.edu.

How do I request a medical or religious exemption?

Exemptions to the vaccination requirement are limited and only available for certain medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs. Learn how to request a medical or religious vaccination requirement exemption.

What if I am not vaccinated or do not have an approved exemption on file?

Employees who have not provided proof of their vaccination status and do not have an approved exemption are subject to discipline, up to and including termination (consistent with the COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Operational Protocol). We will follow all existing negotiated employee discipline policies and procedures fairly and swiftly.

Can I get tested instead of getting the vaccine?

No. The Los Rios colleges and our Board of Trustees believe vaccination is the fastest and best way to keep our community safe and end the pandemic. We will continue to offer online classes for students who can't or choose not to get vaccinated or receive an approved exemption.

How do I submit a vaccine requirement exemption request?

Exemptions to the vaccination requirement are limited and only available for certain medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs. Learn how to request a medical or religious vaccination requirement exemption.

If I have an approved exemption, does the requirement still impact me?

Yes, this requirement impacts everyone. Having an approved exemption on file does not mean you just continue with your job as if the requirement didn’t exist. For the small number of employees who have an approved exemption, we will work with you through the ADA process to determine if a reasonable accommodation is available.

Are Los Rios employees eligible for booster shots?

Updated October 12, 2021

Los Rios employees who received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at least six months ago are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. The CDC has approved boosters for Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine recipients who are 65 years and older or who work in high-risk settings, including educational institutions.

Visit the CDC's booster shot webpage for more information and a full list of those who are eligible. To find available booster locations near you and make an appointment, visit the State of California’s MyTurn website.

Are booster shots required?

We strongly encourage all students and employees who are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot immediately. Boosters are proven to dramatically reduce the chances of contracting the Omicron variant or becoming seriously ill if you do contract COVID-19.

In the next several weeks, we expect to announce a booster requirement for all eligible students and employees who are on campus as an extension of our existing vaccination requirement (eligibility is based on which COVID-19 vaccine you received and the date of your final dose – learn more at the CDC website).

Though we do not currently know when a booster requirement might go into effect, we encourage those who are eligible to get a booster shot immediately.

Existing approved medical and religious exemptions will apply to the updated vaccination requirement and do not need to be resubmitted.

Does the vaccination requirement apply to on-campus volunteers?

Yes, the district's vaccination requirement applies to volunteers. Volunteers must provide proof of vaccination to the administrator responsible for the program or area and receive approval/clearance from Human Resources before engaging in any in-person volunteer activities at Los Rios campuses or facilities.

As is the case for students and employees, beginning in spring 2022, volunteers must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file to be on campus. Exemptions to the vaccination requirement are limited and only available for certain medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs.

Volunteers who wish to apply for a medical or religious exemption should provide a complete exemption request form to the program administrator. Visit the Exemption Request page to find medical and religious exemption forms.

Have Los Rios unions/collective bargaining units been involved in this discussion?

Yes, Los Rios has completed negotiations with all of our collective bargaining units on the impacts of the vaccination requirement on employee groups. We will continue to work closely with all of our labor partners throughout the implementation and follow our negotiated contracts.

Can I continue my health coverage through COBRA if I lose my job for not meeting the vaccine requirement?

If you resign or are terminated from your current position, then you will be offered COBRA – which allows you to continue your health coverage – and you will be responsible for the full cost of premiums and a small administrative fee.

Can I choose to retire rather than get the vaccine?

If you qualify to retire, then you may follow our normal retirement procedures.

Retirement is defined in the collective bargaining agreements. The process for retirement for Managers and Confidential employees is defined in Board Policy 9411: Resignation/Retirement.

What will happen to my CalPERS/CalSTRS pension if I quit in lieu of meeting the vaccine requirement?

If you delay taking out your pension, then you will no longer earn service credit and your salary will not increase – but your age factor will – increasing your pension amount.

If you get another job covered by CalPERS/CalSTRS, then you will continue to earn PERS/STRS service credit and enhance your retirement.

Are there leaves I can take to postpone the deadline to get the vaccine?

As communicated by Associate Vice Chancellor Chanelle Whittaker in her September 13, 2021 email titled "Communications Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement and Operational Protocols," an employee who is out of compliance with the requirements of the Operational Protocol may elect to take an unpaid leave of absence through December 16, 2021, in lieu of engaging in the discipline process. An employee must elect to take this unpaid leave of absence before a vaccine requirement discipline process begins. Once an employee's discipline process begins, this option is no longer available.

If I enter the discipline process because I will not satisfy the vaccine requirement, then can I choose to retire during any part of this process?

Instructional faculty retirement dates are held to the end of the semester, so as to not disrupt the class and students. This will continue to be our practice.

Classified professionals and non-instructional faculty may resign or retire during a disciplinary process, as our current discipline processes outlined in contracts/board policy will be followed.

FAQ: Facilities, Sanitation, and Campus Access

Can employees use their offices while in-person classes and services are temporarily moved online?

Yes, but offices can't be used for student interactions.

As a reminder, employees should not come to campus if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms.

What is the process to "ready" a building? What types of inspection, testing, and replacement of equipment will occur?

COVID mitigation measures to prepare our facilities primarily involve building ventilation and air filtration systems, but Facilities Management (FM) would also do a full HVAC system functions test and inspection for each building prior to occupancy.

Before the pandemic, we already regularly performed these system checks throughout the year, typically coinciding with filter replacements (every four months). Now, we will perform additional checks before reopening facilities. These checks help ensure systems are performing the necessary CDC/ASHRAE recommended air exchanges and sufficient outside fresh air is being pulled into the buildings.

Before reopening a facility, we will also verify that we can remotely communicate with the building's HVAC controls through the District's Energy Management System (EMS).

Read Making Our Buildings Resilient During COVID-19 to learn more.

Will all buildings have air filtration equivalent to N95 masks?

All buildings that are currently occupied have MERV-13 filters, the industry standard for COVID-19 mitigation. MERV-13 filters are recommended because they can trap smaller particles, including viruses, and are equivalent to N95 masks with regards to protection and air quality.

In the event a building's HVAC system cannot accommodate the MERV-13 filters, we are performing additional building "flushing" two hours prior and two hours after occupancy as recommended by CDC/ASHRAE for these situations. As more buildings open to accommodate more people coming to campus, we will perform HVAC system checks and filter changes prior to occupancy.

FAQ: Decision-Making

Is official college/district travel allowed?

Students and staff who are vaccinated or cleared through the exemption process are allowed to travel for official college/district business. Existing supervisory and budgetary approval protocols must still be followed.

Who is making decisions around reopening?

We are in an era of only complicated and hard decisions, often exasperated by the fact that we frequently have a little information to frame our decision-making. We are committed to working closely with all stakeholders and constituencies to solicit feedback on important decisions and communicate clearly about what is being decided and when.

To that end, we are leveraging the Chancellor's Cabinet – which is designed explicitly to include voices of all constituent leaders from across our four colleges and the district (see Regulation R-3411: Participatory Governance) – as a steering committee for this decision-making process. Importantly, our labor partners are at the table as well, and we will continue to work with them directly on any items that are negotiable.

Though many of the decisions regarding reopening specific parts of our instructional, student services, or administrative operations will ultimately be made by the chancellor under the direction of our elected Board of Trustees, we must and will make those decisions based on the counsel of public health experts and feedback from students, faculty, and staff.

If we can’t offer everything on campus, then how will we decide which classes or services to prioritize?

As we look at expanding on-campus instructional offerings, the first priority is to resume impossible to convert classes and programs (such as classes and programs that have been in complete hibernation since the move to remote operations) and students who may have been able to complete some classes, but have not been able to complete all the necessary coursework to make progress towards completing their program. Getting these students back engaged and moving towards their degree or certificate is the top priority.

The next priority is programs and classes that have been particularly difficult to convert to online, classes where critical aspects of the curriculum have had to be altered or skipped, and specific math and English classes critical to students' academic success. Additional programs are also being considered based on recommendations that come through Department Chairs, Academic Senate, Deans, and Vice Presidents of Instruction, and all will be discussed at Chancellor's Cabinet before a decision is finalized about their scheduling.

With student services, based on feedback from students and other stakeholders we are prioritizing services that we have either been unable to effectively offer online or services where in-person delivery has the potential to have the greatest impact on student success. As public health conditions continue to improve, more programs will be considered and ultimately brought back to campuses.

Positive COVID Cases at Los Rios

The following information reflects confirmed reported COVID-19 cases among students and employees who have been on campus for classes or work. It does not include cases of those who have not been on campus nor does it include cases of employees or students who test positive through at-home or community testing.

Employee Cases

Month ARC Cases CRC Cases FLC Cases SCC Cases
Aug. 2021 2 1 1 1
Sept. 2021 2 1 0
3
Oct. 2021 8 4 0 2
Nov. 2021 1 0 0 4
Dec. 2021 7 0 5 1

Student Cases

Month ARC Cases CRC Cases FLC Cases SCC Cases
Aug. 2021 11 4 17 15
Sept. 2021 9 7 8 4
Oct. 2021 8 5 4 3
Nov. 2021 4 4 3 7
Dec. 2021 12 5 12 2

March 1 Reopening Planning Report

Based on engagement with key stakeholders – including the board of trustees and labor and senate partners as appropriate – the Los Rios Reopening Planning Team submitted a refined report titled, A Framework for Reopening In-Person Instruction, Student Services, and Administrative Services. The report outlines a detailed and specific framework and plan for reopening to the chancellor and college presidents.

The Los Rios Reopening Planning Team also released an initial Reopening Planning Report in January 2021 after gathering feedback at Flex Week Reopening Plan Listening Sessions, through this website, and in other campus- and district-wide discussions.

As public health information evolves and vaccination rates increase, our planning parameters can and will change.

Input and Feedback Form

Provide input and feedback on the reopening report or the reopening planning process in general. All submissions will be publicly visible.

Stakeholder Engagement

Employee Feedback

See the reopening feedback we received through our online feedback form. Note: you must be logged in to your Los Rios Google account to view this information.

Steering Committee

On Monday, January 25, 2021, the decision was made to have Chancellor's Cabinet – which includes representatives from all of our Academic, Classified, and Student Senates, as well as all of our labor partners – serve as the steering committee for reopening.

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