Spring Classes Start Tuesday, January 19
Date: January 19–30, 2021
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The health and wellness of students, faculty and staff at Northwest Vista College is the highest priority.
Northwest Vista College will begin the Spring 2021 semester at Level 5 Stay Home, Work Safe Semester Plan from Jan. 4 – Feb. 14, 2021. All courses and services will be conducted remotely. The transition to Level 4, with up to 10% of onsite personnel and courses will not occur at least until Feb. 15th, after the first 4 weeks of the semester. We continue to monitor local conditions and will communicate updates to the Northwest Vista College community through a variety of mediums.
Please refer to the most current Spring 2021 Class Schedule for more information (click here for how to use the dynamic schedule). All onsite operations and classes will follow established safety protocols, such as daily health screenings, required face coverings while on campus, and required social distancing onsite. All safety protocols are in place for your health and wellbeing and must be followed.
When NVC begins on campus offerings the following plans will be in place:
- Everyone on campus will be required to have a health screening including a temperature check. Health screening will be done on a daily basis.
- All individuals who pass the health screening will be given a wrist band on a daily basis that they need to wear at all times while on campus. The color of the wrist bands changes daily.
- Everyone on campus will be required to wear a face covering. If someone arrives on campus without a face covering, one will be provided for him/her.
- Classrooms have been rearranged to allow for physical distancing between students and the instructor.
- Everyone on campus will be required to keep a minimum of 6 feet distance from others.
- Rooms and labs will be disinfected between classes.
- Restrooms and high touch areas are disinfected frequently throughout the day.
- Outdoor learning areas have been configured that they can be used for students between classes or for faculty as areas to teach outdoors.