COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Impact on Deadlines and the Process of Saving Your Space at Cal Maritime After Being Admitted (updated 6-24-2020)
We know things seem uncertain right now with everyone sheltering at home and traditional schooling being disrupted. We want you to trust that we will be extremely flexible with all the items connected with saving your space here and preparing to join Cal Maritime.
If your family is having financial difficulties due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we can even waive the required deposit, just email us at email@example.com or call 707-654-1330 to ask.
For all the other items listed with a May 1st deadline such as the health forms and uniform measurements, we have changed the May 1st deadline on these other items to "send it to us when you can over the summer." You do not need to specially request these deadline extensions.
Passing a pass/fail spring 2020 semester course will count as satisfying a required A-G course (high school students) or required college course (transfer students). Delayed transcripts will not delay your ability to enroll for Fall 2020. Click here to read other COVID-19 adapted academic policies that represent our flexibility in this situation.
Our students, staff, and faculty families are facing the same challenges as your family, so don't worry. Our tight-knit community at Cal Maritime will work with you as we all navigate these challenging times together. We won't ask for most enrollment items before life starts getting back to normal for all of us.
You have everything to look forward to. Be sure and call 707-654-1330 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any more information or just want to talk.
Are you ready to come aboard and save your space at Cal Maritime?
The New Student Guide includes all the information you need, with online and printable forms that must be submitted by May 1, 2020 (along with the $500 non-refundable deposit) to save your space. After May 1, 2020 all spaces in your major may be filled because we admit more students than we have room for. This guide can answer many of your questions. For any enrollment questions, contact the Admissions Office at (707) 654-1330.
New Student Guide links:
Checklist (for revised deadlines, refer to the Coronavirus statement at the top of this page)
Includes your Campus E-mail & PeopleSoft Student Center
You should have been sent access to your campus e-mail account and student portal to the email address you listed in your admission application. Look for an email with the subject line "Your ID, Username, and passwords for Cal Maritime portal and e-mail." If you cannot find that email, it may have been blocked, so just give us a call or send an email to email@example.com and we can resend your credentials.
Once you find that email, go to www.csum.edu (or any Cal Maritime webpage) and click on "Sign In" in the upper right corner of the page. Then enter your username and your password. You should now be on the Cal Maritime Student Portal called "MyCalMaritime." The access to your Cal Maritime email account is on the left side: "Office 365 Email." You should also take a look at your records in our computer system called "PeopleSoft -Student Systems." Inside PeopleSoft, look for "Student Center" which is how you evenuatlly will view or change your addresses, emails, phone numbers, view the courses you're registered in, accept the financial aid you've been offered, and more.
Add your Campus E-mail to your smartphone
The easiest way to access your campus e-mail is to add it as an e-mail account on your smartphone (iPhone or Android). To view instructions for adding your campus e-mail to your smartphone, refer to the first e-mail we sent to your Cal Maritime Account with the subject line, "Welcome to your new Cal Maritime email account."
Complete your physical exam and medical forms
Set up an appointment with your physician for a full examination. The forms your doctor needs to complete can be accessed by clicking here. These forms are due to our Health Center by May 1, 2020 (due date changed to when possible over the summer). Remember that some health conditions learned through a completed health forms may prevent an individual from receiving a license to work in certain occupations associated with some of our degree program or complete a requirement for receiving certain degrees we offer.
Mandatory Health Insurance Requirement
Health insurance waiver due date in July (to be announced)
It is the policy of Cal Maritime to require all enrolled students to maintain Cal Maritime student health insurance or comparable private insurance. This is due to the special nature of the educational experience at the Academy, which includes an international training cruise or international study experience.
If you are currently not insured: You will be automatically enrolled in the Cal Maritime insurance plan that meets all school requirements.
If you are currently insured and wish to maintain your current insurance, you must: Request a waiver from purchasing Cal Maritime's insurance plan by completing the online Student Health Services insurance waiver. The deadline to complete the online waiver from mandatory school health insurance will be in early July. Please note, it is the responsibility of the student to inform Cal Maritime when coverage changes after any waiver has been granted.
Cal Maritime is currently offering virtual versions of campus tours and admission information sessions until California's shelter-at-home order is lifted and we allow visitors back on our campus. Please visit Cal Maritime's virtual tour page to view campus along with other online tours to show special aspects of the campus and student experience.