Hello ACC Students –
Welcome to all of your starting summer courses at ACC! We are glad you have decided to join us if you are new and if you are a continuing student – happy summer! For those of you starting classes May 26, 2020 or later for ACC’s summer sessions – please note the physical campuses have limited access and all services are currently virtual and most courses are either engaged in remote learning or were originally scheduled and are still online.
For students enrolled in courses and programs that are allowed to be on campus, you should have been notified directly by faculty if your course has in person components. If you have any questions whether or not it applies to you, I recommend you check D2L for communication from your instructor. Unless you hear otherwise, please assume face-to-face courses will continue to operate via remote/virtual learning until ACC deems it safe and reasonable to completely re-open the campuses.
Again – if you are seeking advising, registration, testing, disability services, the bookstore or any other services, please visit ACC’s COVID-19 website for how to access these services virtually – while the buildings remain closed to the public, ACC is open, ready to serve and operating virtually and remotely to help you move mountains, answer your questions (phone or email) and assist you.
For those who will be on campus for classes, please remember the following:
Requirements for employees and students while on campus:
Before you may come to campus you must:
- Each day take your temperature before leaving your home. If your temperature is over 100.4 you may not come to campus. You should contact your physician or local health department for further instructions. Also, if you are experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms, please stay home and do not come to campus. You may return to campus only after you are symptom-free and with a temperature below 100.4.
- Bring an appropriate personal mask to wear.
While on campus in any of the buildings you must:
- Wear an appropriate mask when in any public space or when interacting with another person(s).
- Practice appropriate social distancing (6ft spacing and no more than 10 people in a suitably-sized office, meeting room or classroom).
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Report any change in your health to your faculty member for students) and then return home and contact your physician.
Dr. Lisa Matye Edwards
Vice President of Student Affairs
lisa [dot] matyeedwards [at] arapahoe [dot] edu