Southeast Community College will
start the Fall Semester on Aug. 24, 2020, as originally planned.
All locations, including campuses
in Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford, will have new safety protocols and procedures
in place to help keep students and employees safe. They include keeping
students socially distanced in classrooms and lab spaces and hand sanitizer
stations throughout locations. Also, the College is encouraging students to
wear face coverings, and expects students to wear them when social/physical
distancing is not possible.
Some instructors also will
have plexiglass podiums in their classrooms as an extra safety measure.
Plexiglass shields also have been installed in areas where students and staff
“The College is committed to
providing students the highest quality learning experience while following
recommended safety and health practices,” said Dr. Paul Illich, SCC President.
“SCC plays a vital role in providing academic and technical knowledge and
skills, but key life skills as well. Choosing SCC is a vital first step in
obtaining the life-changing benefits of higher education.”
Since COVID-19 hit in late
March, SCC moved all in-person classes to online formats. Since many
restrictions have been lifted, the College did not need to shift its original
schedule for the 2020 Fall Semester. However, if directed health measures and
other recommendations would warrant a change, classes could be taught in a
variety of delivery formats, including on-site, hybrid and online. The College will notify students of any changes to the
delivery format of on-site courses in the event that becomes necessary.
more about the College’s COVID-19 preparations, refer to our website at: https://www.southeast.edu/covid-19/