This fall semester, Cal Maritime comes together from resiliency to renaissance.


September 7th

Kick-off Convocation
1100-1200 Rizza and Live-stream

September 8th

Day of Remembrance
A special time for the Cal Maritime Community to come together to support those who have lost friends and loved ones during the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic.
September 8, 2021
1700-1815, Rizza Auditorium

September 9th

Administration & Finance and General Fund Budget Town Hall
1100-1200 Rizza

September 14th

Capital Projects Update and Campus Tour
1000-1100 Quad


The Navigator Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
1115-1130 The Navigator (new academic building)


September 15th

Day of Reflection
Part of the Resilience to Renaissance Project, the Day of Reflection is an opportunity for the campus community to come together to reflect and recognize the major national and global justice events that have occurred in the past two years and own our place and responsibility in it.

The day’s events will include a mid-day reflective activity, afternoon discussions, and an evening speaker. No advance registration is required for any of the activities.

• 1100-1400 – Quad
“The Mirror Project: Sharing Our Reflections” – Respond to two guiding prompts to share your reflections on social
justice by adding a mirror to a community art project that will be displayed in the Quad throughout the day and evening. Snacks provided.

• 1630-1730 – Compass Room
“Reflection Roundtables” – Engage in facilitated dialogues with other cadets on a range of social justice issues, including
Black Lives Matter, LGBTQI+ inclusion, Asian hate, gun violence, the health care cap, and other topics of societal concern.
Snacks provided.

• 1800-1900 – Rizza
“Reimagining the Future” – Join the campus community for an address by Mr. Chuck Collins, President Emeritus of the YMCA of San Francisco as he shares how we can move forward together, collectively addressing and understanding issues that
disproportionately affect some in our community.


September 16th

Marine Programs Town Hall
1100-1200 TSGB (must wear flat, closed-toe shoes)



September 21st

Academic Affairs and Strategic Enrollment Management Town Hall
1100-1200 Compass Room


September 23rd

Academic Awards Ceremony
1100-1200 Quad


Cal Maritime Corporation Town Hall
1400-1500 The Marketplace


September 24th

Day of Rejoicing
More details to follow.


September 28th

Cadet Leadership & Development and the Reinvigoration of the Corps Town Hall
1100-1200 Rizza


September 30th

Keelhauler Athletics’ Town Hall
1100-1200 PEAC


Women’s & Men's Soccer Home Openers
1700 and 1930 Bodnar Field (food, entertainment, give-aways)



*Please note that cadets are invited to all town halls but should prioritize FYE and academic activities first.

Established in 1929, California State University Maritime Academy is the only degree-granting maritime academy on the West Coast. Located in Vallejo, California, the campus offers undergraduate degrees that prepare students for careers in engineering, transportation, international relations, business, and global logistics. Cal Maritime also offers a master’s degree in Transportation and Engineering Management, as well as a number of extended learning programs and courses.