Sampson Community College remains open using an alternate operations model for instruction and services. The campus is open for business Monday through Thursday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and closed on Friday. Staff are available on campus or from home by phone and email during these hours. Faculty are available through phone, email and Moodle.
To read more, please visit our blog, the Viking Voice, at https://thevikingvoice.sampsoncc.edu/2020/03/25/scc-operating-under-alternate-hours/
Sampson Community College is monitoring novel coronavirus (COVID-19) with updates from local, state, and national authorities. We will continue to provide necessary updates and information regarding the situation.
- The College has moved the Easter Break originally scheduled for April 13-17 to next week, March 23-27.
- All face-to-face curriculum courses will be suspended and transitioned to online instruction starting March 30.
- Selected Continuing Education courses will continue instruction and training. Please contact the Continuing Education office at (910) 592-7176 for more information about specific courses.
- The College is cancelling all May 2020 graduation and pinning ceremonies. We intend to postpone these events and celebrate our students’ achievements at a later date if permitted.
- Students may expect more specific communication regarding courses to come from instructors.
What Is the College Doing?
- Sampson Community College housekeeping staff disinfect and clean frequently touched surfaces and objects around campus.
- We collaborate and communicate with our local health department and state officials in order to stay updated on current plans and emergency operations.
- We intend to keep students, faculty and staff updated through effective communication.
- Most of all, public health and student safety are our number one priority.
What Can You Do?
Per recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
- Wash your hands often. Use warm water, soap, and wash for at least 20 seconds. We strongly recommend that you wash your hands after visiting a highly-population area.
- Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- If available, use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Additionally, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, such as a keyboard, with disinfecting wipes.
- Update us if you have traveled to any “hotspot” areas. We need your cooperation in order to keep our campus safe and health