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President Harrison: Reach out for help with coronavirus challenges

Campus News | Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Dr. Harrison's message to students


Reach out if you need help, President David Harrison urged students in a recent video message.

The College's response to the coronavirus crisis will be guided by "safety, compassion & flexibility, and communications," the president promised students. Don't hesitate to contact the College, and we'll do our best to help you navigate your individual challenges and keep working toward your degree.

" I know this is hard. I know many of you are now the homeschool teacher for your children, even as you're trying to maintain your own academic progress. Many of you are concerned about your jobs,
 Harrison said. "Don't feel like you're doing this alone. Please stay connected. Social distancing doesn't mean we have to be farther apart."

  • The College has moved almost all of its classes and operations online, which is a new to many students. Faculty and staff have worked hard over the last two weeks to develop new modes of teaching and serving students.
  • The College has delayed several key deadlines, including the deadline to withdraw from classes.
  • We've postponed our commencement ceremony, but we'll still get diplomas out to students on track to graduate.
  • We're working on ways to help students who don't have a computer or broadband internet at home. Check back for more information on that.

To contact the College, email us at or call (614) 287-5353.               

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