WCC Extends Alternate Class Delivery, Remote Campus Operations

WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca announced today the following: 

  • All Winter 2020 classes and services supporting students will continue remotely via alternate delivery methods through the end of the semester.
  • Students who are currently in lab/clinical classes that have not moved entirely to alternate delivery will be provided with an “Incomplete” grade and a learning plan agreed upon with their instructor. This special “Incomplete” grade will have an extended timeframe, based on the uncertainty of the state lockdown and when health care organizations will be back to normal operations. Faculty and staff will begin outreach with these plans beginning Monday, March 30.
  • Commencement, originally scheduled for May 16, has been postponed to a to-be-determined date during the Fall 2020 semester. Students completing programs are still encouraged to apply for graduation.

“We continue to closely monitor the rapidly spreading threat of COVID-19 globally, nationally, statewide and locally,” said Dr. Bellanca. “As changes develop, we will move forward with decisions to operate our college to the fullest extent safely possible during this time of unexpected transition.”

The college continues to post updates to its coronavirus webpage.

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