We move forward, together.

Working together to keep our community safe.

Find the latest COVID safety information and protocols on this website.

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Mask Policy

Masks are strongly recommended indoors, but not required. Read more



Campus Messages

  • Fall 2022 COVID Protocol
    Fri August 19, 2022

    The following is presented to provide information regarding Fall 2022 Cal Lutheran COVID protocols.

  • COVID Policies, and Prospective Update in August
    Wed July 20, 2022

    As we approach Fall 2022, please know that the Cabinet and members of the Pandemic Planning Group are monitoring on a regular basis the following issues.

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What's New on This Website:

COVID-19 Dashboard

Data updated every Monday. Last updated: 8 a.m. Monday November 28, 2022


New cases this week: 12
Total cases since March 2020: 573
Total cases since Aug 26 2022: 129
Currently in isolation: 1
Currently in quarantine: 0

New cases this week: 0
Total cases to date: 10
Total cases this year: 2

New cases this week: 0
Total cases to date: 0
Total cases this year: 0

New cases this week: 0
Total cases to date: 8
Total cases this year: 1

New cases this week: 0
Total cases to date: 4
Total cases this year: 0

* Cases reflect the number of people who tested positive for COVID-19 and may have been contagious while on Cal Lutheran property. Total cases to date includes all of those since March 1, 2020. Total cases this year includes all of those since residental move in on August 26, 2022. Quarantine and isolation numbers only include those living on our Thousand Oaks campus.


Our safe return to campus depends on everyone taking responsibility.


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Face Masks

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

Face Masks

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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.

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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