NCCC COVID-19 CORONA VIRUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND PREPARATIONS 

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Important Student Online Resources Guide for Spring 2021

The link above provides a very useful guide for all students in the spring 2021 semester, with information on all college services.

 

UPDATED January 11th 2021

Click here for the Northwestern Connecticut Community College Spring 2021 Re-Opening Plan

 

UPDATED January 7th 2021

If you need guidance on where to find help dealing with COVID-19 or to report exposure or a positive test results, you are required to notify our COVID coordinator. Northwestern’s COVID-coordinator is Associate Dean of Campus Operations, Brian Plessinger and can be contacted at:

As we gradually re-open the campus this spring, the College is required to implement public health measures intended to keep everyone safe.  Offices will remain closed through the spring and will assist students remotely via telephone and teleconference.

Our Phase 3 Reopening Plan has been reviewed and approved by the State Lead for Higher Education Reopening for the State of Connecticut.

We will be holding Enrollment Days in the Arts & Sciences Building.

REQUIRED:

1. Anyone entering a building must wear a mask

2. STUDENTS Please review STUDENT specific instructions.

3. EMPLOYEES Please review EMPLOYEE specific instructions.

4. Review brief CDC Information videos

5. Anyone who is entering or exiting the campus MUST complete the Entry/Exit Health Questions form each time that they are on campus, by scanning the QR code which links to the entry/exit form below.

Instructions on Entry/Exit Health Questions

Tap Here QR Code Scan

 

Entry/Exit Form

 

 

 

CSCU COVID-19 Mask & Social Distancing Guidelines

 

UPDATED January 7th 2021

NCCC has now finalized our class schedule for the spring semester, in conjunction with social distancing requirements and Dept. Public Health and CSCU recommendations.  The schedule is published on our website at

https://www.nwcc.edu/course-search/

We will have a variety of class options for students, with most classes being offered online either synchronously or asynchronously.  Workforce programs requiring hands-on labs will be offered on-campus with appropriate safety measures in place.

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