April 14, 2020
Update on spring 2020 semester
Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Niagara County Community College will continue to deliver all courses through virtual modes of distance learning for the remainder of spring 2020 semester. The extension includes final exams/evaluations, which will be taken online or through a remote learning method determined by instructors. This will allow you to continue your coursework and plan with greater certainty for the coming months. Though classes will not be meeting in person, the College will be open to essential personnel only.
Unfortunately, this is a necessary step being taken by NCCC and other colleges across the country to protect the public’s health. Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our students, as well as our faculty, staff and the entire NCCC community.
NCCC’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our community, and we are following guidance from SUNY and our local Health Department officials in all decisions. A decision will be made regarding summer classes later this week.
William J. Murabito
Vice President of Academic Affairs
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- NCCC Wellness Center Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
- New York State Department of Health Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
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- SUNY Coronavirus Information and Updates
- US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Situation Summary
- World Health Organization (WHO) information about Coronavirus