Campus Visit Procedures | MCTC

Campus Visit Procedures

All campuses of MCTC will reopen to the public on June 1, 2020. Staff will be available on campus in a limited capacity to serve students.

All student services including advising, admissions, registration, tutoring, financial aid, counseling, business offices are available remotely. To contact any of those services please visit the link below.

Remote Student Services & Resources Page

If visitors still feel the need to visit a campus they must schedule an appointment and follow the procedures below:

Visit the frequently called numbers directory to schedule an appointment with the person or department you need to see. Frequently Called Numbers

If you can answer “YES” to any of the following questions, please do not enter and consult with a healthcare provider.

  1. Have you had any of the CDC-recognized COVID-19 symptoms since your last day at work or the last time you were here?
    a. Cough
    b. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    c. Fever
    d. Chills
    e. Muscle Pain
    f. Sore Throat
    g. New loss of taste or smell
  2. Is there anyone in your household who is showing COVID-19 symptoms or who has a current diagnosis of COVID-19 from which they have not yet fully recovered for a period of 14 days?
  3. Have you been in close contact with anyone exhibiting signs or symptoms of fever, persistent cough or shortness of breath consistent with COVID-19 who has not been tested or is still awaiting testing?
  4. Do you have a temperature greater than 100.4F?

When you arrive on campus call the corresponding campus number below to check-in.
Remain in your car. A representative will call you when it is time to enter the building. 

Licking Valley Campus - 859-234-8626 ext. 66400 

Maysville Campus - 606-759-7141 ext. 66134 

Montgomery Campus - 859-499-6282 

Rowan Campus - 606-783-1538 ext. 66231

Visitors must wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times while on campus.

We appreciate your cooperation in helping us keep our campuses and communities safe and healthy during this unprecidented time.