MCC prepares for safe start to fall semester
McLennan Community College is diligently preparing for the Fall 2020 semester as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
MCC is finalizing guidelines to ensure a safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and all campus visitors. These guidelines will include smaller class sizes and proper cleaning techniques.
Due to everchanging and new restrictions set by federal, state, and local governments, MCC acknowledges a possibility that some or all fall classes may go fully online for a period of time. In preparation, the college has adjusted all face-to-face classes to blended/hybrid formats to allow for an easy transition, if necessary.
Students in blended/hybrid classes will experience instruction both in a traditional classroom setting and online formats, including through Zoom videoconferencing. These classes will be accessible to all students through MCC’s online platforms.
Campus computer labs will continue to support students with technology needs as most services will continue to be offered primarily in online formats.