The following are quick reference items to help you prepare for the start of the fall 2020 semester.
Masks or face coverings must be worn by everyone while on campus. As knowledge of preventing the spread of the coronavirus has evolved, MCC cleaning procedures have been enhanced to exceed the Centers for Disease Control and Research recommendations. Cleaning supplies with instructions will also be located in each workspace and classroom that is scheduled for use.
The CTL website houses a list of recommended syllabus statements from which faculty can select to include in their syllabuses. This list includes verbiage for the Face Coverings requirement and Class Recordings, which are now particularly relevant. Non-faculty may also want to review these statements for consistency in communicating with students.
A reminder that if students or staff receive a positive test, they should notify District risk management.
The eLearning Department has created several student support items essential for student success during this COVID semester.
The eLearning Department has put together a Faculty quick guide for online learning to help with some compliance questions related to attendance requirements, FERPA & privacy and accessibility.
These resources include...community resources for food, housing and employment needs and campus resources for Internet, WIFI and computing needs.
Return to Workplace training is required if you are going to be on campus. Find it in the Employee Learn Center under your My Learning.
The Campus Bookstore is currently closed to in-person sales, but you can still purchase your materials online and have them shipped to your home. Don’t forget to add any needed supplies, tech and gear to your cart. Staff is available during retail hours to answer questions; call 480-461-7225.
Mesa Community College participates in the Follett book rental program.
The Book Advances program allows you to use a portion of your anticipated financial aid to purchase textbooks and supplies from any business - before the start of the semester.