Healthy TUC: Hybrid Spring 2021

Updated January 2021

The Touro University California (“TUC”) return-to-campus plan relies on us all doing our part to help keep each other healthy. Our priority is protecting the health and safety of our staff, faculty and students while supporting TUC’s academic mission. The plan applies the guidelines and requirements from the California Department of Public Health, Solano County’s Public Health Department, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) to our diverse campus work environment.  As such, this document may change in response to changing local, regional, state and federal guidelines.

Guiding Principles of a Hybrid Learning Environment

Our success depends on attracting and enabling faculty, staff, students, and community partners who are committed to the TUC mission.

In setting priorities, we will strive to:

  • Prioritize the health and safety of our students, staff, faculty and community.
  • Ensure the success of our students through the continuity of high quality teaching and clinical experiences.
  • Anchor decision making in respect and concern for our community with an understanding of the broader societal context in which they are made; and
  • Position Touro University California for a strong recovery by stewarding our resources wisely for the long-term.

Together we can all keep our TUC family safe and healthy during COVID-19.


Healthy TUCVisit to complete the Healthy TUC Module and review the Acknowledgement and Attestation upon completion.

Enter the module using your name and Student or Employee ID number to ensure your completion is logged.  All TUC Students, Faculty, and Staff must complete this module.  If you completed the module before January 5, 2021 you must complete this updated version.

If you have any questions regarding the information contained in this plan please contact:
Peter Stocks, Environmental Health and Safety Officer