*** WATCH *** Officials have apparently begun setting up a Coronavirus drive-thru testing site at Cape Cod Community College… [DEVELOPING]
This while 4Cs students plan on learning from an “online format…”
[Cape Cod Community College Statement] Coronavirus: Need to Know
In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, Cape Cod Community College will be moving all scheduled classes scheduled to take place on the West Barnstable campus to an online format starting Monday, March 23, 2020, the week after Spring Break. This move will remain in effect until at least Monday, April 13, 2020 at which point the College will reevaluate the situation.
The Wilkens Library and designated computer labs will be kept open for students and faculty to use should they not have access to a home computer or internet. These labs will be reconfigured to allow for the recommended amount of “social distancing” as put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The day-to-day business operation of the College will continue and telecommuting options will be available for staff.
Courses scheduled to take place at the College’s Hyannis Center, Plymouth Municipal Airport, and Bridgewater State University locations are currently set to run as planned, but are subject to further review. Student support services, including tutoring, student wellness, and advising will be accessible online.
The College continues to follow guidelines from Governor Baker, the CDC, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. These measures include the suspension of College-sanctioned domestic and foreign travel by all members of the campus community for at least the next 30 days. The College is also reviewing all events hosted on campus, including external events taking place in the Tilden Arts Center.