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Students walk across campus at the California State University East Bay campus on Feb. 25, 2020.

Welp. Here we go again.

Following record COVID-19 cases fueled by the omicron variant, many California colleges have gone remote during the first few weeks of instruction in 2022. It’s a decision made by all nine UC undergraduate campuses, most Cal State campuses, and prominent private universities like Stanford and USC.

While students made it through a promising fall 2021 – with many taking in-person classes for the first time in 18 months – winter brought new stressors: the possibility of catching the new variant, having remote instruction extended indefinitely or even being sent home from campus.

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Students sit on the lawn at UC Berkeley on March 12, 2020.

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This story was originally published by CalMatters

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