In anticipation of the Fall semester, Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) is continuing the COVID-19 safety guidelines currently employed during the Summer semester.
“Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, CLTCC has taken proactive measures to ensure the safety of all visitors to our campuses,” said CLTCC Vice Chancellor of Finance, Administration, and Safety. “As we prepare to begin our Fall semester, CLTCC will continue to make proactive decisions grounded in providing services to our students, while also doing our part to help stop the spread of the virus. The safety of our community is top priority.”
CLTCC buildings and classrooms are restricted to CLTCC students, faculty, and staff only. Others will not be permitted in the classroom, offices, or in common areas at this time.
Everyone entering a CLTCC building is required to complete a screening process.
Faculty, Staff and Students are required to wear a face covering at all times inside a
CLTCC building or classroom. While students are encouraged to provide their own face
coverings CLTCC will provide upon request, provided inventory is available.
To support physical distancing, access to CLTCC public spaces (library, study halls,
computer labs) will be limited and social distancing is mandatory.
Students who are immunocompromised and would like to attend classes on campus should contact the Office of Disability Services to receive accommodations. For employees this is the Human Resources Office, for students this is the Student Services Office at each campus.
In addition, students are encouraged to stay home from on-campus classes if they are sick or show signs related to COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath). Students testing positive for COVID-19 who have attended class on-campus should contact their instructor immediately.
“Flexibility will be key for Fall 2020,” said CLTCC Natchitoches Campus Dean and Safety Coordinator. “As they design the course syllabus, our instructors are keeping the unique and changing circumstances associated with COVID-19 in mind, making sure to allow for accommodating procedures that ensure instructional quality while supporting students.”
To that end, the college says all courses will have make-up procedures that supports students who need to miss class due to illness (online or on-campus). Also, given the dynamics of the virus, classes being held on campus are subject to change.
“Our top priority is ensuring the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff while delivering the highest quality education. We appreciate everyone’s patience, flexibility, and understanding as we adapt to these health-related changes together,” said Chancellor Jimmy Sawtelle. For more information, the college encourages everyone to visit the following website: https://bit.ly/3fzcXMc