What if I have symptoms? Should I come to work?
No. Faculty and staff should not come to campus if they are displaying flu-like symptoms, such as fever, cough, or vomiting. Faculty/staff should remain off campus until they are symptom-free, without the use of medication, for 24 hours. Please contact your supervisor if you are not able to report to work or complete your remote work plan.
Will May Commencement still be held?
Commencement is our proudest day at the College. We have to act in accordance with recommendations from federal, state, and local officials to limit group gatherings to 25. As a result, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the May Commencement ceremony until August. We are closely monitoring the situation and will communicate in the coming weeks with either a rescheduled date or cancellation. It is important to note that students who complete their coursework and are eligible to graduate at the end of spring semester, will be able to do so.
Are offices still open at the school?
In response to the Stay At Home Order issued by the Ohio Department of Health, Washington State Community College will be closing campus, including all offices, classrooms, labs, and buildings effective, Sunday, March 22, 2020. This closure will continue through the month of May 2020. With this campus closure, office and support services will continue with staff working remotely from home. A small number of staff members (approved by supervisors) will return to campus to maintain critical operations and offset remote work challenges (7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). Strict social distancing measures, use of masks, and temperature checks will be observed.
Who do I contact with questions/concerns?
We’re all in this together. WSCC wants to make sure that you can reach out easily, 24/7, with questions as this situation develops. For your convenience, you can contact us at email@example.com, Facebook (@WSCCMarietta), and our webchat feature on our website.