FLINT, Mich. - Mott Community College has a five-phase plan to reopen college facilities in the the fall.
The plan includes some in-person activities and deliver course instruction for the using CDC guidelines.
MCC says they will offer a mix of online, hybrid and in-person courses for students.
“As a College community, we are taking a slow and intentional five-phase approach to reopening our in-person operations after tele-learning and tele-working since mid-March,” said MCC President, Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea. “This five-phase approach means most of the MCC workforce and students will continue to work and learn remotely for the summer months. During each phase, we will be deliberate in reducing risk for employees, students, on-site partners, and visitors as the college reopens for the new normal in September,” she said.
In-person classes will include new protocols like recorded and live broadcast video lectures, smaller class sizes allowing for social distancing.
MCC asks that those visiting the main campus or MCC Branch Centers assess their health before traveling to College facilities, correctly wear CDC-recommended face coverings over mouth and nose inside public spaces, maintain a physical distance of six feet or more at all times, wash hands frequently for 20 seconds or longer or use hand sanitizer, and follow all MCC directional and safety signage in buildings, parking lots, and other public areas.