In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Niagara County Community College will continue to deliver all courses through virtual modes of distance learning for the remainder of spring 2020 semester and for the first session of summer courses, as well.
The first of NCCC’s summer sessions runs from May 26-July 7. The full-term summer session runs from May 26 through Aug. 18, with both sessions being online. The modality of a later six-week module starting on July 8 is still undecided. The extension of remote instruction will include final exams/evaluations, which will be taken online or through a remote learning method determined by instructors.
A press release noted this decision to keep students off campus is in line with what most other colleges are planning in response to future uncertainty caused by COVID-19.
“NCCC’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our community, and we are following guidance from SUNY and our local health department officials in all decisions,” NCCC President William Murabito said.
For more information on summer course offerings at NCCC, visit: http://niagaracc.suny.edu/.