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Alert: Mt. SAC has Transitioned to Online Classes and Services (see www.mtsac.edu/online). Learn more about our COVID-19 response at www.mtsac.edu/health.

Path to Recovery Update 8/28

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August 28, 2020 - 03:08 PM

 

Fall Classes Start Safely Online and In-Person

Thanks to the hard work of faculty, staff and managers, Mt. SAC launched its Fall 2020 semester with more than 3,800 classes. At this time, the college is serving nearly 28,000 students, a nearly 7% drop from last year. The pandemic is certainly impacting our students as they are taking fewer classes, with our Full Time Equivalent count at close to 25% below last year. While this is a significant drop, our state funding will be based on last year’s data, providing us a cushion as we navigate the pandemic and serve students as best we can.

Our campus photographer visited in-person classes. View the news story as well as photo albums of EMT classes as well as the  Second Day of Fall Classes on Campus.

Reporting COVID-19 Cases and Concerns

As a reminder, it is important to let Mt. SAC know if there are COVID-19 cases and concerns.

STUDENTS REPORT TO STUDENT HEALTH CENTER - Students who are sick with COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, are asked to contact the Student Health Center at (909) 274-4400. The Health Center is open online to support student health.

EMPLOYEES REPORT TO HUMAN RESOURCES - Employees who are sick with COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19, are asked to contact Human Resources by emailing hraccommodations@mtsac.edu or calling (909) 274-4414 immediately.     

The Mt. SAC Path to Recovery email provides employees a summary of large-scale efforts from the college to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, including its related economic impact. For more information, visit the Public Health website at www.mtsac.edu/health.