Coastal Carolina Community College is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation based on the latest information available from health authorities and state agencies. We have curated resources and information in an effort to ensure our campus community remains not only informed but also prepared throughout these unprecedented circumstances. This site will continue to be updated as necessary, but we encourage you to obtain information regarding health and safety precautions from health care providers, state health agencies, and government authorities in order to help our community stay as healthy and safe as possible. The following direct links are to government and state health authorities, including the CDC:
Update from the President:
Covid 19 Precautions on campus
As we near the completion of this unprecedented Fall Semester, it is my hope that you and yours had an enjoyable Thanksgiving break.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s most recent Executive Order No. 180 requires that for any public place outside the home, a mask must be worn indoors if anyone in the indoor space is not a member of the same household. Additionally, a mask must be worn outdoors if it’s not possible to be consistently distant by at least six feet from non-household members.
While exceptions (listed in Section 2.4 of Executive Order No. 169) still apply, it is expected that all students, faculty, and staff comply accordingly. Hopefully, you agree that now is the time to be responsible while doing our best to take care of one another. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated.
On behalf of the senior administrative team, thank you for your commitment and resolve while supporting one another in this exceptionally challenging environment for teaching and learning.
David L. Heatherly
Coastal Carolina Community College
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