Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:
Your safety continues to be our utmost priority as we plan for the fall semester. Based on the status of state and local stay-at-home orders and our concern about offering courses in a safe environment, we have decided that coursework for the fall semester will be offered entirely online.
Courses that can only be offered in face-to-face settings will be postponed until it is safe to resume on-campus instruction.
While the future status of local and state stay-at-home orders may allow us to begin to offer some on-campus services in the summer or fall, it was necessary to make a decision now about fall classes to give us time to meet all standards for online course delivery and to make sure we are providing you with enhanced support to help you succeed in your online classes this fall.
Additionally, the College may be able to obtain permission to offer a select few noncredit workforce programs for on-campus programming in the fall or earlier, and in those cases, separate notification will be made.
I understand that this announcement will lead to many questions and concerns, but please know that it is our priority to make sure we keep you informed about important updates and next steps as soon as they become available.
For those students who have already registered for on-campus classes in fall, we will be in touch with you soon to let you know how we will transition your in-person classes to online classes.
Our classes will be offered online this fall, but we want you to know that the entire College community will still be here with you, supporting you and guiding you every step of the way. Your safety and your success is our only goal.
Please continue to check your email and the College website for updates in the coming days.
Donald Guy Generals, Ed.D.