COVID-19 Update: On-site face-to-face credit classes and labs will be held as shown in the 2020 Fall Class Schedule. The first day of the Fall Semester is Monday, Aug. 24, 2020.
  •  SCC Psychology Sociology Club CAPS interview
    SCC Psychology Sociology Club CAPS Video 
     SCC Psychology Sociology Club with VoH
    SCC Psychology Sociology Club with VoH Video 

Faculty and Staff

  • What is the latest information regarding SCC facilities?
    Based on new recommendations from state and local health authorities, all SCC facilities will be closed until further notice to students and the public effective at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, and all services, classes, and labs will be delivered virtually.

    What does that mean for me as an instructor?
    All employees should arrange to work from home (remotely) unless their job duties are such that they must be present. Please communicate with your supervisor in advance if you have questions regarding working remotely or whether you should report to your SCC workplace. Working Remotely: Getting Started

    Can I get into my building/office if I need to?
    Yes. Employees who must be at their SCC workplace are allowed into facilities at this time.

    How do I get started converting my classes to online?
    Click here for the Orientation
    Instructor Course: https://mycourses.southeast.edu/courses/55

    How do I enter emergency leave?
    If you need to use the emergency leave, log on to WebAdvisor and follow these directions under the Leave Request section. Select Emergency Leave and complete the required fields* for each date(s) for leave to be applied. Contact your direct supervisor for more information.

    I’ve never used our Employee Assistance Program, but I’m thinking about it now. What do I do?
    Our EAP provider, Continuum, provides free counseling services to full-time employees and their family members. Go to: https://www.southeast.edu/SCCContinuum/

    What if I start to feel bad physically and mentally?
    Please remember to take care of yourself! For health and wellness information, go to: https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSACopingWithStress/ and https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSAShareFacts/ and https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSATipsQuarantine. Feel free to share on your course shells. We want to also make sure our students are taking care of themselves.

    Is there any other resource that I can access?
    Here is another resource related to exposure or possible exposure: https://www.southeast.edu/COVID19Exposed/

    Library Resource Centers

    The Library Resource Centers on each campus are here for you! Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for a particular item. Thank you.

    How do I contact a librarian?
    Send an email to scclrc@southeast.edu and someone will get in touch with you. This email is checked Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. when the College is open.

    What resources are available to me?
    Go to the Library Resource Center page on The Hub to see all the resources available.

    Are there other resources other than those found on The Hub?
    Yes. Go to the Libguides page. Here you can search for Libguides on specific topics, including citation guides.

    How do I get help making a Libguide?
    The LRC staff is able to make Libguides to help students navigate research without in-person access. Please email us to get in touch with an LRC Specialist. You can use personal email addresses if you know your campus’ LRC Specialists or email scclrc@southeast.edu and we will route your email to the correct person.

    What about video tutorials?
    Staff can also make videos to show how to use a specific database or do an orientation online. Please email the staff directly if you have worked with someone before, or email scclrc@southeast.edu and we will get you in touch with an LRC Specialist from your campus. Due to staggered work schedules, the LRC Specialists are not on campus every day right now. Please be aware that making videos or scheduling online tutorials might take a number of days. Please plan ahead as much as possible. Thank you.

    Families First Coronavirus Response Act Information

    Good afternoon.

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SCC continues its commitment to its employees’ health and safety. The College has already rolled out two additional leave plans, and both comply and/or exceed the federal requirements of the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

    1. Reduction in Hours Leave (exceeds FFCRA) is eligible upon request by supervisors for employees who have faced a reduction in their work hours due to the College’s modified operations or the employees’ inability to work remotely/telework.

    2. Temporary Emergency Leave (complies with FFCRA) is eligible for all employees who require leave due to a COVID-19 related illness or quarantine order for themselves or family member or to care for the employee’s child. Child is defined by the law as the employee’s son or daughter, or the employee serves as a proxy parent to the child. The leave amount is based on the employees’ average hours worked in a two-week period.

    Additionally, the College will offer a third leave option to further comply with FFCRA to support employees:

    3. Expanded FMLA leave: Under the FFCRA, an employee qualifies for additional paid leave if the employee is unable to work (or unable to telework) due to a need for leave because the employee:

    1. Is subject to a federal, state, or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19;
    2. Has been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine related to COVID-19;
    3. Is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is seeking a medical diagnosis;
    4. Is caring for an individual subject to an order described in (1) or self-quarantine as described in (2);
    5. Is caring for a child whose school or place of care is closed (or child care provider is unavailable) for reasons related to COVID-19; or
    6. Is experiencing any other substantially-similar condition specified by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, in consultation with the Secretaries of Labor and Treasury.

    Full details regarding the federally mandated Expanded FMLA leave is available on Department of Labor website, or simply open the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Full details also can be found on employee eligibility information and length and compensation of the leave information. Expanded FMLA does not apply to non-COVID-19 related FMLA requests or approvals either active/pending or future.

    If you have questions or need to apply for Expanded FMLA, please contact Human Resources at hr@southeast.edu.

    What is the latest information regarding SCC facilities?
    Based on new recommendations from state and local health authorities, all SCC facilities will be closed until further notice to students and the public effective at 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, and all services, classes, and labs will be delivered virtually.

    What does that mean for me as an employee?
    All employees should arrange to work from home (remotely) unless their job duties are such that they must be present. Please communicate with your supervisor in advance if you have questions regarding working remotely or whether you should report to your SCC workplace. Working Remotely: Getting Started

    Can I get into my building/office if I need to?
    Yes. Employees who must be at their SCC workplace are allowed into facilities at this time.

    How do I enter emergency leave?
    If you need to use the emergency leave, log on to WebAdvisor and follow these directions under the Leave Request section. Select Emergency Leave and complete the required fields* for each date(s) for leave to be applied. Contact your direct supervisor for more information.

    I’ve never used our Employee Assistance Program, but I’m thinking about it now. What do I do?
    Our EAP provider, Continuum, provides free counseling services to full-time employees and their family members. Go to: https://www.southeast.edu/SCCContinuum/

    What if I start to feel bad physically and mentally?
    Please remember to take care of yourself! For health and wellness information, go to: https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSACopingWithStress/ and https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSAShareFacts/ and https://www.southeast.edu/SAMHSATipsQuarantine. Feel free to share on your course shells. We want to also make sure our students are taking care of themselves.

    Is there any other resource that I can access?
    Here is another resource related to exposure or possible exposure: https://www.southeast.edu/COVID19Exposed/

    Library Resource Centers

    The Library Resource Centers on each campus are here for you! Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for a particular item. Thank you.

    How do I contact a librarian?
    Send an email to scclrc@southeast.edu and someone will get in touch with you. This email is checked Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. when the College is open.

    What resources are available to me?
    Go to the Library Resource Center page on The Hub to see all the resources available.

    Are there other resources other than those found on The Hub?
    Yes. Go to http://libguides.southeast.edu/. Here you can search for Libguides on specific topics, including citation guides.

    How do I get help making a Libguide?
    The LRC staff is able to make Libguides to help students navigate research without in-person access. Please email us to get in touch with an LRC Specialist. You can use personal email addresses if you know your campus’ LRC Specialists or email scclrc@southeast.edu and we will route your email to the correct person.

    What about video tutorials?
    Staff can also make videos to show how to use a specific database or do an orientation online. Please email the staff directly if you have worked with someone before, or email scclrc@southeast.edu and we will get you in touch with an LRC Specialist from your campus. Due to staggered work schedules, the LRC Specialists are not on campus every day right now. Please be aware that making videos or scheduling online tutorials might take a number of days. Please plan ahead as much as possible. Thank you.

    Families First Coronavirus Response Act Information

    Good afternoon.

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, SCC continues its commitment to its employees’ health and safety. The College has already rolled out two additional leave plans, and both comply and/or exceed the federal requirements of the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

    1. Reduction in Hours Leave (exceeds FFCRA) is eligible upon request by supervisors for employees who have faced a reduction in their work hours due to the College’s modified operations or the employees’ inability to work remotely/telework.

    2. Temporary Emergency Leave (complies with FFCRA) is eligible for all employees who require leave due to a COVID-19 related illness or quarantine order for themselves or family member or to care for the employee’s child. Child is defined by the law as the employee’s son or daughter, or the employee serves as a proxy parent to the child. The leave amount is based on the employees’ average hours worked in a two-week period.

    Additionally, the College will offer a third leave option to further comply with FFCRA to support employees:

    3. Expanded FMLA leave: Under the FFCRA, an employee qualifies for additional paid leave if the employee is unable to work (or unable to telework) due to a need for leave because the employee:

    1. Is subject to a federal, state, or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19;
    2. Has been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine related to COVID-19;
    3. Is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is seeking a medical diagnosis;
    4. Is caring for an individual subject to an order described in (1) or self-quarantine as described in (2);
    5. Is caring for a child whose school or place of care is closed (or child care provider is unavailable) for reasons related to COVID-19; or
    6. Is experiencing any other substantially-similar condition specified by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, in consultation with the Secretaries of Labor and Treasury.

    Full details regarding the federally mandated Expanded FMLA leave is available on Department of Labor website, or simply open the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Full details also can be found on employee eligibility information and length and compensation of the leave information. Expanded FMLA does not apply to non-COVID-19 related FMLA requests or approvals either active/pending or future.

    If you have questions or need to apply for Expanded FMLA, please contact Human Resources at hr@southeast.edu.