Campus Alert: For updates on Mid Michigan College's response to COVID-19 and fall 2020 semester plans, please visit Mid’s Fall Reopening Page.

Building Closure to Non-Students and Employees

As of Thursday, March 19 at 7:30AM, Mid Michigan College will close all of its buildings to the public in response to new recommendations from the Michigan Governor’s Office, Department of Health, CDC, and others. These building restrictions will remain in effect through May 1, with extensions possible.

Restricted Access for Students

During this time, there will be restricted building access for students and employees. Only one entrance on each campus will be open from 7:30AM-5:00PM Mon-Fri. These entrances are the Doan Center in Mt. Pleasant and south entrance, Door #5 in Harrison (first floor near the elevator and HelpDesk).

Security personnel will sign students and employees (with IDs) in and out of the buildings to ensure appropriate social distancing and disinfecting practices. Students can access the Doan computer lab in Mt. Pleasant and the computers outside of the HelpDesk (first-floor) in Harrison. All other areas of the College will be closed to student use.

Classes and Courses

Courses will continue being provided through remote-delivery (online strategies). Labs and proctored testing will be administered in various ways. Instructors will communicate directly with their classes about how to access course content, how to participate in labs and testing, and how to receive “Incompletes” in those instances where it is advisable.

What other changes result from this development?

  • Library and Learning Services will shift to 100% remote offerings. Visit their webpage for details about using these services.
  • There will be no on-site testing or test proctoring offered for the time being. For questions related to course test proctoring, communicate with your instructors.
  • Tech Centers and other Mid buildings will not be accessible.
  • All events of 50+ have been canceled, postponed, or adjusted. At this point, that includes commencement, nursing pinning, and honors convocation. We know that these are incredibly important celebrations of student achievement. As we develop plans for how/when we can appropriately celebrate our graduates, we will inform you.

We’re still here for you! Get assistance through virtual resources and services.

Please be assured that Mid is responding as quickly and decisively as possible during rapidly-changing circumstances. The health and wellbeing of our campus and local communities are top priorities.

 
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