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CAMPUS MASK POLICY & FAQ  |  DAILY SELF SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE
 

Letter from WSCC President Dr. Vicki Karolewics

SPRING 2021 PLANS

Wallace State has released its Spring 2021 Schedule of Classes, which includes modifications to the academic calendar, more classes on campus, new weekend hours and course offerings, and a reminder about protocols designed to promote a healthy campus environment and reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

 Priority registration for spring semester begins Monday, November 17. Spring classes start January 19.

Key elements of the spring calendar include:

  • The College will reopen on January 5
  • January 11-15 will serve as winter break for faculty and students, replacing spring break originally scheduled from March 29-April 2; the College will remain open to assist students
  • Tuition and fees will be due January 15 
  • Classes for Spring regular term and Mini Term I will begin January 19
  • Classes for Mini Term II will begin March 17
  • Final exams will be held May 5-11

Priority registration for Spring 2021 will begin November 17 under the following schedule:

  • 45+ earned WSCC hours on November 17
  • 30+ earned WSCC hours on November 18
  • 15+ earned WSCC hours on November 19
  • All other students on November 20

The College is offering traditional on-campus classes at both the Hanceville and Oneonta locations. Hybrid, online, mini-term, and flex start options as well as weekend classes are also available. 

To protect the safety and well-being of students, employees, and the communities we serve, the College will continue COVID-19 health and safety protocols, including the wearing of masks while on campus, proper social distancing, limited gathering sizes, daily self-screening, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting, and additional hand sanitizing stations in accordance with guidance from the CDC, Alabama Department of Public Health, and the Alabama Community College System.

Wallace State remains steadfastly committed to student success, and has numerous supports available to help students succeed, including a free food pantry, success advisors, free mental health counseling, freetutoring, emergency financial assistance, the vast network of student services, and a faculty and staff ready to listen and eager to help. Please review our plans and resources below for more detailed information.  Email us here if you have additional concerns. 

COLLEGE & COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Faculty & Staff Resources

Student Resources

CARES Act Information

Health and Safety Guidelines

Campus Mask Policy

Daily Self-Screening Questionnaire

COVID-19 Liability Waiver

COVID EXPOSURE UPDATES

Wallace State has received notice that one or more individuals recently on campus have tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution and in our efforts to stem the spread of the disease, we will be notifying any employees and students the individual(s) have come in contact with, to the extent possible, and these individuals will be asked to self-quarantine for the next 14 days. Areas visited by the infected individual will be thoroughly disinfected.

Health and safety remain our number one priority. Wallace State continues to follow the protocols of the CDC, Alabama Department of Public Health, and other state and national authorities, and has implemented recommended Health and Safety Guidelines in relation to COVID-19 screening, social distancing, hygiene, cleaning and disinfection, and related practices.  We will continue to keep you updated on our response to COVID-19 and together we will work to stop the community spread of this disease. 

COVID-19 RESOURCES

COVID-19 Facts

   
COVID-19 Facts (Video)
WHO Handwashing Technique (Video)

More information:

www.accs.edu/coronavirus
www.coronavirus.gov
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus
www.alabamapublichealth.gov
www.who.org

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