January 4, 2022
Montco spring 2022 courses to begin remotely
This message was sent to students and employees.
Dear Montco Family,
Due to the recent surge of COVID cases, starting Wednesday, January 5, 2022, Montgomery County Community College will operate remotely through February 1. College operations will be re-evaluated the week of January 24 to determine our approach beyond February 1.
Students enrolled in on-campus classes for the spring semester will begin those classes online as scheduled. Students currently enrolled in specialized programs will continue as planned. Your Divisional Dean will communicate any necessary information or changes with you. Student admissions, advising, registration and academic support services will continue to be available remotely.
All employees will operate remotely with the exception of emergency personnel such as Facilities and Public Safety who will continue to work on campus. If you have been exposed to the virus or are experiencing symptoms, please follow the existing protocols using email@example.com.
As a Vaccine Champion College, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated and boosted. MCCC will be holding walk-in vaccine clinics on Monday, January 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Advanced Technology Center Atrium at the Blue Bell Campus and Wednesday, January 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the North Hall Gallery at the Pottstown Campus. Resources are also available at mc3.edu/covid.
We appreciate your patience as this situation continues to evolve.
Dr. Vicki Bastecki-Perez