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SCC Student Services COVID-19 Reopening Plan

Posted: 7/20/2020 1:34:08 PM by Jonathan Glover
 

Our plan for repoening in-person student services at Spokane Community College
 

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CCS Cross Country, Golf teams will compete this fall

Posted: 7/14/2020 4:36:20 PM by Carolyn Casey
 

After an abrupt and unexpected end to spring collegiate sports in March because of the pandemic, CCS is gearing up for a reduced fall sports season with careful safety precautions.

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COVID-19 campus update June 10, 2020

Posted: 6/10/2020 2:22:33 PM by Carolyn Casey
 

Spokane Falls and Spokane Community colleges are currently enrolling students for Summer and Fall 2020 quarters. Lots of students are wondering what they can expect as we continue to respond to COVID-19 conditions.

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Message to Students: April 27

Posted: 5/8/2020 10:36:50 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

Many of you have been asking about SCC and SFCC graduation plans for this spring. Graduation is a very important celebration and a recognition of your hard work in achieving your goals. Many spring events across the country are uncertain while we have limitations on large public gatherings to protect people from the spread of COVID-19.

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Message to Students: April 3

Posted: 4/7/2020 11:19:01 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

We hope you are getting some rest and relaxation while following the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy recommendations during your longer-than-usual Spring Break.

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Message to Students: March 24

Posted: 3/31/2020 4:11:18 PM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

First, we want to thank you for your perseverance and resilient spirit in these uncertain times. We’ve seen our community of students, faculty and staff come together to look after one another.

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Message to Students: March 17

Posted: 3/23/2020 10:39:18 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

We want to thank our Community Colleges of Spokane students, faculty and staff for their quick action and response to Gov. Jay Inslee’s health directive. Visiting campuses today, it’s clear the social distancing guidelines are being followed as instruction moved online beginning this morning.

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Message to Students: March 13

Posted: 3/23/2020 10:37:48 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

Today (March 13) Governor Jay Inslee announced changes in Washington State to protect people’s health during the coronavirus outbreak. SCC and SFCC will remain open and continue to serve you now and during Spring Quarter. We are changing some dates and changing the way we provide your education.

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Message to Students: March 12

Posted: 3/23/2020 10:36:32 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

We are taking seriously the concern about the spread of coronavirus and are taking steps to both finish winter quarter and protect the health of our students, faculty and staff. At this time, we have had no confirmed cases of coronavirus associated with SCC or SFCC.

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Community College Update: March 11

Posted: 3/23/2020 10:35:06 AM by Carolyn Casey - Chief Institutional Advancement and External Affairs Officer
 

Community Colleges of Spokane is carefully and continually reviewing the rapidly changing local, state and national health conditions.

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