COVID-19 In Photos Life is a little different today at Cal State Fullerton as we shift to online instruction and temporary telecommuting for faculty and staff. View this album on Flickr Campus digital signage displays updates on the COVID-19A lone student walks down the promenade during what would normally be a packed lunch hour.Mechanical engineering majors Aryanna Pham, left, Evangelyn Balcita, center, and Connor Chu celebrate after receiving refunds for their parking passes.The desolate decks of the State College Parking Structure in the days following the switch to online instruction.Freshman Sean Labitigan packs up his dorm room belongings after the closing of the residence halls.The Steven G. Mihaylo Statue takes protective measures against the COVID-19 virus.Officers Kenny Potts, left, and Autumn Hollyfield patrol campus in the wake of campus switching to online instruction in response to the Corona Virus.Construction work continues on the new East Side North parking strcuture.Gastronome Executive Chef Ubi Martins wishes his students well in the wake of the campus closures. Student Affairs staffer Anh Nelson works to maintain normality by making her morning rounds.International masters student Priyanka Asharma looks for a comfortable place to finish her online classes for the day.The Fullerton Arboretum closure notice in the wake of the COVID-19 virus.A student who preferred not to be identified finishes an online exam for his Criminal Justice 404 class.Accounting major Saleem Haider flashes his Titan Card to Community Service Officer Cinthya Gomez in the Pollak Library lobby on his way to pick up his laptop in order to continue his studies at home.The Student Recreation Center’s pool covered in response to the center’s closure due to the Corona Virus.Biological Chemistry graduate student Matt Nguyen works quickly to finish his studies on viruses before he has to leave campus.Interim Associate Dean for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Sean Walker, and Population Biologist, explains the global pandemic of the COVID-19 virus. Kailyn Elliott, a senior in Human Services, helps to keep the CSUF bookstore open.Professor Matthew Kirby teaches his geology class using the Zoom video conferencing platform to stream to off-site students.On-campus students take extra precautionary measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.HRDI staff member Jessica Enriquez equips her laptop with a VPN in the Academic Technology Center to be able to work from home. Hand sanitizer on site available in the library for use. On-campus students take extra precautionary measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.Plants bloom on a nearly deserted campus.Campus resources centers share closure information.Students practice social distancing in the Titan Student Union.A student participates in Professor Kassem’s online class.The March 16th, 2020 issue of the Daily Titan shares the news of the Corona virus pandemic.Professor Jon Bruschke shows off his freshly painted nails, the handiwork of his 12-year-old daughter Andromeda, who has been finding innovative ways to occupy her newfound time at home.Students take precautionary measures to avoid exposure to the COVID-19 virus.