We move forward, together.

A Safe Return to Campus

Our return to campus will require that all students, faculty, and staff make significant changes to how we live, work, teach and learn. Despite these challenging times, we are working to provide an engaging and fruitful learning experience for our students where they can continue to discover their purpose.

KNOW that we are committed to protecting our community.
NOW is the time to move forward, together.

This website will be updated frequently. Please check back often for the latest information.


Read the most recent campus communications about our COVID-19 response here.

  • COVID-19 Case
    Mon August 3, 2020

    An employee tested positive for COVID-19 and may have been contagious while working on our Thousand Oaks campus.

  • Change in Course Delivery Plans
    Fri July 31, 2020

    The Fall Semester will start with all virtual classes.

View all updates

Fall Academic Calendar

For Traditional Undergraduate Students
Date Event
August 24-29 Residential Students Move In
August 31 First Day of Classes
September 7 Labor Day - Classes Meet
September 11 Last Day to Add or Drop a Class
September 21 Registration for Intersession Term
November 23-27 Thanksgiving Break
November 30 -
December 4
Finals Week

View the full Academic Calendar

Calendars for Graduate and Professionals students are unchanged.


Our safe return to campus depends on everyone taking responsibility.


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Face Coverings

When you’re on campus, you’re required to wear a face covering in public spaces to protect yourself and those around you.

Face Coverings

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Wash Your Hands

The safety of our community depends on our commitment to simple hygiene measures, like frequent hand-washing.

Washing Hands

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Physical Distancing

Maintaining physical distance is the single best way to keep from infecting others or being infected. It's about kindness and respect.


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Daily Health Check

Know the symptoms of coronavirus — and stay home if you’re experiencing them. Safety starts with monitoring your own health.

health checks



Cal Lutheran Compact

Every member of the Cal Lutheran community is called upon to sign this Compact as a commitment to each other.

Read the Compact