Class schedule update from Dr. Zylka
By now, you’ve heard the governor’s response to slowing the spread of COVID 19, which included college and university classes moving online. So, beginning Monday, November 23, all classes will be remote, with some exceptions allowed.
For those courses approved for an exception, faculty will inform their students on how to proceed.
The welcome centers, advising, admission/records, financial aid, business office, testing, and libraries will continue serving students both in-person and remotely.
Workforce testing and other assessment centers will remain open for limited testing following appropriate protocols. Allied Health programs may stay at their clinical sites and complete their programs of study with healthcare facility approval.
Thank you for your flexibility and understanding. No one could foresee all the changes you’ve endured during this pandemic, and I appreciate your commitment to your education. I wish you good health and look forward to seeing you soon.
If you need additional information about the college’s overall plan, please contact Dean Myra Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org