Resources for Faculty & Staff

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FACULTY & STAFF RESOURCES

FACULTY & STAFF UPDATES

  • April 15, 2021: Mapping of GE Area F for students who entered SSU prior to Fall 2021. Starting with courses in Fall 2021, and including future terms, students on a GE pattern from AYs 2018-19, 2019-20, or 2020-21 and who take an LDGE Area F course, will have it automatically mapped to the courses' original LDGE Area, while students on the FTFY GE pattern for the 2021-22 AY will have it automatically mapped to LDGE Area F. If students on the FTFY GE pattern for the 2021-22 AY have already completed LDGE Area F and take a second LDGE Area F course, it will automatically map to the courses' original LDGE Area.
    • AMCS 260 and NAMS 205 will either map to LDGE Area F or to LDGE Area C1 + ES/CRS
    • AMCS 225, CALS 220, and NAMS 165 will either map to LDGE Area F or to LDGE Area C2 + ES/CRS
    • AMCS 210, CALS 219, and NAMS 200 will either map to LDGE Area F or to LDGE Area D + ES/CRS
  • April 11, 2021: GE changes for FTFT who entered SSU during 2018-19 AY. Starting with courses in Spring 2021, and including future terms, students on the FTFY GE pattern for the 2018-19 AY may now use any lower or upper-division GE Area D course to meet the 12 total units in Area D. Students no long need one course in each of the five GE sub-areas of D1-D5. The ARRs for these students have been updated.
  • November 2, 2020: GE changes FTFT who entered SSU prior to Fall 2019.​ Starting with courses in Spring 2021, and including future terms, students on a FTFY GE pattern for AYs prior to Fall 2019 may now utilize any lower or upper-division GE Area D course to satisfy their GE sub-areas of D1-D5. Students will still need to complete the U.S. Constitution, and California State & Local Government requirements with courses or their equivalents approved in these areas. Additionally, students may utilize any lower or upper-division GE Area C course to satisfy their GE sub-area C3 requirement. The ARRs for these students have been updated.