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Coronavirus Response

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This web page is designed to provide timely updates and access to more information about the virus and Davidson County Community College’s response. College leadership continues to closely monitor developments and keep the college community informed. 

Current Status:

DCCC remains open for business during COVID-19, with employees on staggered work schedules and teleworking to promote social distancing. Most summer classes are online. Summer hours are Monday-Thursday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am -12:00 pm.
 
Please wear a mask, keep your distance from other people, and wash your hands frequently when on campus and in the community.
 
If you are sick, stay home and contact a medical provider. If you test positive for COVID-19, live with someone who has tested positive, or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive, stay home and follow medical instructions. Students, faculty, and staff should report these situations using the COVID-19 Diagnosis or Close Contact form. 
 
You should not be on campus for at least 10 days after your own symptoms start, or 10 days after your test if you are asymptomatic. You also should be without fever for at least 3 days without the use of fever-reducing medicine and your symptoms should have gone away. If you were exposed to another person who has tested positive, you should not be on campus for at least 14 days.

Updates from the Office of the President

Read the latest campus messages from DCCC President, Dr. Darrin Hartness.

DCCC's CARES Act (May 15, 2020)

Federal Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students Report (pdf)

DCCC's CARES Act (June 25, 2020)

Federal Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students Report (pdf)

Quick Links

If you or someone you live with has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please complete the COVID-19 Diagnosis Self-Report Form. All information will be kept confidential and will only be used to further assist students with their academic schedule and well being.

Submit Diagnosis Information

If you have questions regarding any updates made by the college or need to request support, please use the following form.

Submit a Question / Request Support

Resources related to technology, counseling, the food pantry, and tutoring:

Student Support (COVID-19)

Resources related to technology, online instruction, and assisting students:

Faculty/Staff Support (COVID-19)

Actions To Take:

Visit the DCCC Coronavirus Response Page for the latest information