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SAN MARCOS, Calif. — Starting March 20, Cal State San Marcos will conduct all instruction from its main campus and Temecula offshoot online.

“The campus will not be closed, however expect reduced operations as staff implement flexible, hybrid or rotating work schedules, such as telecommuting,” the school said in a statement.

There will be a transition period from March 16 through March 19 with no face-to-face class meetings, which will give instructors a chance to prepare for remote instruction and to ensure “continuity of critical services and operations,” the school said.