With the long-anticipated release of state guidelines for higher education, Simpson University confirms its plans to reopen for fall in-person instruction and residential campus life. The university has been working closely with Shasta County public health officials as it moves forward with a Sept. 7 start.
Simpson University is planning to resume all on-campus instruction when it opens for the fall semester on Sept. 7, with measures in place to deliver our century-old academic quality, fortified by our Christ-centered community, while mitigating risks and promoting safety.
Due to coronavirus concerns, Simpson University announced Friday that all classes will move to an online format through the remainder of the semester. The decision comes one week before spring break for Simpson. Student services will remain open for the rest of the semester.
Simpson University is pleased to announce the appointments of a new provost and chief financial officer, who join President Norman Hall’s leadership team.