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Campus Exposure Procedure

Are you currently experiencing symptoms or have you been exposed to COVID-19?

If you have any of these symptoms:

  • Fever of 101 degrees or higher
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue, muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • or have had direct exposure to COVID-19

What to do:


How to Notify the College – COVID-19 Communication Protocol

Any employee who has tested positive for COVID-19, experiencing symptoms, or with known exposure must:

  • Stay home and seek medical advice.
  • Call the Campus Health Hotline at 910-362-7725 .
    • Note, faculty/staff who have had direct personal contact with students should indicate this to Human Resources.
  • Notify your supervisor.
  • Distance yourself from other people.
  • Due to FERPA and privacy concerns, DO NOT directly notify students or other employees – proper protocol must be followed.
  • Contact tracing is the responsibility of public health officials and/or healthcare providers. Public health officials or healthcare providers will contact those who have been potentially exposed.
  • CFCC, in compliance with privacy guidelines and guidance from public health officials, will alert potentially exposed parties when appropriate.
  • Employees, please reference the Employee COVID-19 Policy .

Any student who has tested positive for COVID-19, experiencing symptoms, or with known exposure must:

  • Stay home and seek medical advice.
  • Call the Campus Health Hotline at 910-362-7725 .
  • Notify your instructor.
  • If you are advised to take a COVID-19 test, please do not return to campus until you are cleared by a healthcare provider.
  • The College will help students determine an appropriate clearance/return date to campus, and the Dean of Students will work collaboratively with faculty to ensure academic progress can continue during a student’s period of quarantine.
  • Contact tracing is the responsibility of public health officials and/or healthcare providers. Public health officials or healthcare providers will contact those who have been potentially exposed.
  • CFCC, in compliance with privacy guidelines and guidance from public health officials, will alert potentially exposed parties when appropriate.
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