Foundation Covid-19 Updates
CSUDH Foundation Covid-19 Updates
Per the President’s March 17, 2020 memorandum, employees have been working remotely and will continue to work remotely through the remainder of the semester unless they have been identified by their supervisor as an essential employee, requiring them to be on campus. Below will include information regarding updates on Administration and Dining hours and services relating to Foundation.
Updated May 13, 2020
Updated April 22, 2020
Updated March 31, 2020
Updated March 30, 2020
Updated March 19, 2020
Updated March 17, 2020
Updated April 16, 2020
Updated April 1, 2020
Updated March 20, 2020
Foundation On-Site Hours of Operation
Campus Dining: Hours of Operation
Live Scan Services
Live scan services will not be available for the remainder of the semester. Foundation will continue to monitor the situation as we get information from the President or Chancellor’s Office.
- Check-runs for payment distribution have been modified to Fridays only. All payment requests must be received by Tuesday at noon to be processed on Friday.
- Invoices: Please provide individually to ensure proper processing.
- Reimbursements, Stipends, Checks: Will no longer be available for pickup as of March 27, 2020. All checks will be mailed to the address on file or the address noted on the submitted check request form.
- Direct Pay: All individuals are encouraged to sign up for Direct Pay to have their payments direct deposited into their bank account.
- Home Deliveries Policy and Procedure.
Grants and Contracts
The University Bookstore
Ergonomic Strategies and Tele-Ergonomic Evaluations
As the virtual environment continues, the number of employees working from home has increased, and so does the risk for pain and discomfort due to poor workstation setup. Many of us do not have the same workstation setup at home that we have in our typical offices. A computer workstation at home may vary from a laptop computer on a couch, bed, or kitchen table. As comfortable as these options may sound, using an improper workstation set up for an extended duration can cause awkward posture which can increase the risk for ergonomic related injuries (or musculoskeletal disorders such as tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome). It is important to set up your workstation as best you can to prevent injury regardless of where you might work. Please review the Ergonomic Strategies guidelines for assistance with creating an ergonomically sound home workstation.
As you attempt to set up your workstation at home, keep in mind that our brokered Risk Management & Insurance Ergonomics Team is here to help and can provide Tele-Ergonomic evaluations. The ergonomics specialists will work to identify and eliminate the causes of discomfort and help you set up your workstation, without ever having to set foot in your home. Please use the instructions provided to request an evaluation.