Letter to Registered Students
August 12, 2020
Dear CCC Student,
We hope you had an enjoyable summer and are staying healthy and well during these uncertain times. We want to assure you that CCC continues to make your safety and well-being a top priority, particularly as we prepare to welcome you back (in person) at our campuses and centers! With this goal in mind, we have implemented various measures to provide you with the support you need for a safe learning environment.
Beginning on August 1, all Central Community College faculty, staff, students, and visitors will be required to wear a face covering when inside any of CCC’s campus buildings or center spaces owned or leased by CCC. This includes, but is not limited to, common areas, classrooms, restrooms, breakrooms, and hallways. We have some disposable masks available; however, we encourage all students to provide their own face coverings and to regularly clean them.
Throughout the coming fall semester, we want to ensure that we can offer the support and assistance you need, even if you were to become ill or be exposed to the Coronavirus. The information that follows is a way that we can work together to accomplish that goal.
For information on COVID-19 symptoms, how to care for yourself and others, and how to prevent transmission, please visit CDC Symptoms of Coronavirus
For information about COVID-19 testing, go to www.testnebraska.com
Are you in any of these situations?
- You are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
- You have been tested because you are believed to have been exposed.
- You have tested positive for the virus.
If so, please take these steps:
- Stay home and follow guidance from health professionals, including any self-quarantine requirements.
- Contact your local health department for their specific guidance:
- Columbus Campus – East Central District Health Department - (402) 563-9224 – https://ecdhd.ne.gov
- Grand Island Campus – Central District Health Department - (308) 385-5175 - http://cdhd.ne.gov
- Hastings Campus – South Heartland District Health Department - (402) 462-6211 - http://southheartlandhealth.org
- Kearney, Lexington, and Holdrege Centers – Two Rivers Public Health Department - (888) 669-7154 - http://trphd.org
- Ord Center – Loup Basin Public Health Department - (308) 346-5795 - http://www.lbphd.org
- Contact any Associate Dean of Students or the Dean of Student Success (names and contact information below). We can assist if you will need to be absent from classes, and we can provide you with helpful support and resources. If you wish to communicate with us electronically rather than by phone, please email us or submit a CARE Team report by going to https://www.cccneb.edu/care.
- Columbus Campus – Dr. Beverly Lahlum Taylor - (402) 562-1405, or email email@example.com
- Grand Island Campus – Michelle Lubken - (308) 398-7541, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hastings Campus – Sean Griffin – (402) 461-2185, or email email@example.com
- CCC Dean of Student Success – Dr. Beth Przymus – (402) 562-1284, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be assured that we respect the privacy of our students and therefore we use great discretion when addressing any student health or wellness matters.
We are so pleased to have you as our student, and we look forward to working with you as you pursue your academic and career goals. Please feel free to contact me if you have any specific needs or questions.
We wish you a successful and healthy fall semester!
Elizabeth Przymus, Ph.D.
Dean of Student Success