January 7, 2021
In response to the COVID-19 situation, Christ Mission College continues to follow guidance from federal, state and local agencies and officials to ensure compliance with current regulations in order to provide our students, faculty, and staff with a safe learning and working environment. This semester’s classes (Spring 2021) are expected to resume in January with students in the same On-Campus program format that was safely and successfully completed last semester (Fall 2020). We would like to thank our faculty and staff for their responsiveness to the situation as we continue to make certain that our campus is safe and accountable for our community.
Answers to questions regarding general COVID-19 symptoms/prevention etc. can be found at the links provided below:
CMC asks that any students enrolling for the Spring 2021 semester practice social distancing and avoid activities that might risk exposure to the virus, especially in the weeks leading up to their arrival on campus. When students arrive on campus, CMC will implement a screening process in which a students possible exposure or symptoms will be assessed.
Although it might be difficult, CMC asks that students in the weeks following their arrival avoid interacting in large groups and practice social distancing. All outdoor and indoor recreational groups will be limited to groups of 10 people or less while also wearing a mask. Social distancing will be implemented in dining spaces and students will be given the opportunity to eat outside. Masks must be worn in dorm halls and lobby areas. CMC will also ask students to limit outings off campus in an effort to avoid community exposure.