Coronavirus (COVID-19) College Updates

DMACC instructional programming and administrative services have moved online.  DMACC facilities are not open for classes or to the public. 
     
NEW Update: Friday, April 3, 2020
Due to the Governor’s latest recommendation to continue school closures, DMACC will extend the closure of facilities from April 13 through April 30, 2020. Because of this, classes that have hands-on/lab components and continuing education classes will not resume face-to-face the week of April 13, as originally planned. If you are enrolled in one of these courses, please check your DMACC email for more information from your instructor. Faculty have developed plans to continue your progress and support your success.
 
We thank you for your patience during this time. Please continue to work directly with your instructors for more information, check your DMACC email regularly, and watch this DMACC COVID-19 website for more details.

 
Update: Friday, March 27, 2020
 
 
  • Student Services and Library Services will still be available remotely/online. 
  • Computer labs will be closed.
  • All DMACC events and events held on DMACC campuses and centers have been cancelled or postponed

If you are in need of any community resources, please visit the DMACC counseling page for more information and to reference our Resources Guide.​

 

See below for course delivery schedule:

calendar.png Week of March 30:

All DMACC facilities will be closed

  • ​Online delivery of Face-to-Face credit classes begins unless otherwise notified
  • Online Classes & Web-Blended Classes continue ONLINE delivery format
  • Non-Credit (Continuing Education) will not meet unless otherwise notified 
  • Non-Credit English Language Learner (ELL) resume online delivery 
  • High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) resume online delivery 
  • Student Services and Library Services​ will still be available remotely/online
  • Computer Labs are closed ​
calendar.png Week of April 6:

All DMACC facilities will be closed

  • ​Online delivery of Face-to-Face credit classes will continue
  • Online & Web-Blended Classes continue ONLINE delivery format
  • Non-Credit (Continuing Education) will not meet unless otherwise notified 
  • Non-Credit English Language Learner (ELL) continue online delivery
  • High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) continue online delivery 
  • Student Services and Library Services​ will still be available remotely/online
  • Computer Labs are closed ​​
calendar.png Week of April 13:

All DMACC facilities will be closed

  • Online delivery of Face-to-Face credit classes will continue
  • Online & Web-Blended Classes continue online

Any exceptions to this statement will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

 

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