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COVID-19: College and University Communications

The California Department of Public Health COVID-19 campaign materials for colleges are available to assist institutions of higher education in communicating important health and safety information. This material is downloadable and shareable.​​

Spring Break Campaign

Encourage students to stay safe while having fun. Make Spring Break a staycation!

Social Media Messaging

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Spring Break Social Media Messaging (Word)

Social Media Images

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Facebook & Instagram

Make it a staycation and rediscover your city.
​ ​Protect yourself and others – wear a mask.
Explore the outdoors.
Coming back into California?
Keep it small and avoid crowds.

Twitter

Make it a staycation and rediscover your city.
Protect yourself and others – wear a mask
Explore the Outdoors.
Coming back into California?
Keep it small and avoid crowds.

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Social Media Images

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Facebook and Instagram

woman wearing a mask, text reads: stay safe while traveling
Reminder: Wear a mask, watch your distance, wash your hands
COVID-19 spreads the same oncampus and off.six feet apart

collage of educators in masks. Protect your professors, dining hall staff and campus custodians. Wear a maskBe COVID safe for the whole college communityTalking about COVID safety might be awkward, but contracting COVID-19 is worse.Protect yourself from COVID-19 by wearing a mask keeping your distance washing your hands

Twitter

Stay safe while travelingReminder: wear a mask. Whatch your distance. Wash your hands.COVID-19 spreads the same on campus and off ​six feet apart

collage of educators in masks. Protect your professors, dining hall staff and campus custodians. Wear a maskter_2Be COVID safe for the whole college communityTalking about COVID safelty might be awkward, but contratibg COVID-19 is worse.Protect yourself from COVID-19 by: wearing a mask, keeping your distance, and washing your hands

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