Flu, COVID-19 and Health Updates

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

Please visit our COVID-19 information page for the latest updates from Southeastern Community College.


March 24, 2020

Southeastern Community College is closed to the public until further notice.

If you need help during this time, SCC has established a Helpline that can be reached by dialing 910-788-6358 or by emailing helpcenter@sccnc.edu.

Assistance and Support during COVID-19

In Response to COVID-19, after March 28, 2020, SCC will transition most face-to-face courses to online courses. Faculty will be contacting students via email and Rams Online.

If you need help during this time, SCC has established a Helpline that can be reached by dialing 910-788-6358 or by emailing helpcenter@sccnc.edu.


March 16, 2020

SCC Transitions Online and Moves Spring Break

College will be closed  to students and employees March 16-22.

In response to the current health crisis Southeastern Community College is modifying the academic calendar as follows: 

Curriculum

  • College closed March 16-22.
  • Spring break has been rescheduled to March 23-27. 

Workforce Continuing Education

  • All Basic Skills face-to-face classes are suspended March 16-29. 
  • All Workforce Continuing Education Face-to-Face and Personal Interest classes are suspended March 16-29. 
  • Online Workforce Continuing Education and Basic Skills classes will continue as scheduled.

Updates will be communicated through text, email, website, social media, and area media outlets.

March 14, 2020

SCC Closed to Students and Employees

SCC will be closed on Monday, March 16, to students and employees. The leadership team will meet to evaluate the situation and determine next steps. We will send a status update on Monday, March 16. Updates will be communicated through text, email, website, social media, and area media outlets.

March 12, 2020

SCC has been in conversations today, March 12, 2020, with local government officials and North Carolina State Government offices including the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS). Discussions have also been held with local school personnel.

Based on these conversations, SCC will continue to remain open. During the coming days, the college will closely monitor any changing conditions.

March 11, 2020

Please visit our flu, COVID-19 and other related health concerns information page for the latest updates from Southeastern Community College.

College leadership continues to monitor the flu and coronavirus situation and meet frequently to determine the best course of action, as we receive updates from Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, the Columbus County Health Department, and the N.C. Community College System.

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