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Exposed to COVID-19?

  • If a student suspects they may have COVID-19, or have come in close contact with someone who has these symptoms or has tested positive for COVID-19, the student should remain home and seek medical guidance. He or she must also notify the Dean of Students (Mr. Robby McGee, 910-362-7191) and consult with the instructors about staying on track in classes.
  • If a student has taken a COVID-19 test and is awaiting the results of that test, the student should immediately notify the Dean of Students (Mr. Robby McGee, 910-362-7191) and remain home until the results of the test are determined.
  • If a student tests positive for COVID-19, the student should remain home and must immediately notify the Dean of Students (Mr. Robby McGee, 910-361-7191). The Dean’s Office will consult with the student and, will contact local public health officials if necessary in determining what steps, if any, should be taken by the student and other affected parties.

Excused Absences due to Public Health Emergencies Policy:
If a student is asked to remain home due to a public health emergency, every effort will be made to ensure that the student remains on track with all coursework. This may include allowing the student to complete assignments and participate in the class remotely when possible. Absences incurred during the recommended or directed self-isolation period will not violate an instructor’s attendance policy as long as the student has contacted the Dean of Students’ office prior to missing class. The college acknowledges that some classes include content and experiences that cannot be completed remotely. In these cases, instructors, department chairs, and the VPs of Academic Affairs and Student Services will discuss what options are available to assist students in completing their course of study.

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