The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff remain our top priority. The College Emergency Response Team (CERT) is meeting regularly to review and monitor the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak and is following recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Shelton State Community College has confirmed cases of COVID-19 among faculty, staff, and students. All individuals who may have come into contact with those testing positive have been notified and are following the College’s guidelines for self-care and quarantine.
In addition to cleaning protocols already in place, the College has taken extra cleaning and sanitation precautions to allow for the safe return of other employees and students. The College continues to follow appropriate protocols to protect the campus community.
Safer Apart Update 4.9.2021
In response to Governor Ivey’s Safer Apart order and in consideration of information from the CDC, the ADPH, and the Alabama Community College System, Shelton State Community College will maintain its current on-campus COVID-19 guidelines. This includes social distancing protocols and campus mask requirements as detailed in the COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures for Spring 2021 below. These requirements will continue until further notice.
COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures for Spring 2021 – Updated 3.22.2021
Though not intended to be comprehensive, helpful information has been generated using commonly asked questions. For more information, visit COVID-19/Coronavirus FAQs.
For all information related to the CARES Act, visit CARES Act.
This situation is ongoing, and updates will be provided as they are available. Up-to-date information will be provided via the College’s News, CampusCast, and social media.
For more information, contact the Office of Media and Communication at 205.391.2959 or email@example.com.