MCTC Announces Return to Campus Plan
June 16, 2020
Maysville, KY – Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) is joining the 15 other Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) schools in announcing its plan to welcome back students and staff to campus amid the COVID-19 crisis.
“Our goal is to provide as normal as possible experience for our students this fall,” says Russ Ward, Chief Operations Officer for the college. “A blend of on-campus face-to-face classes supplemented with virtual offerings along with heightened health and safety measures is the new normal in this era of higher education,” Ward adds.
The plan outlines actions taken since the decision was made to limit on-campus activity during the spring 2020 semester as well as future planned stages.
Stage 1 – through May 31, 2020
Technical faculty/students allowed to return to campus to make up lab coursework
Workforce assessment centers open
Student Services available virtually
Stage 2 – through June 30, 2020 (current stage)
Less than 50% of faculty/staff on-site in campus facilities (Mon/Wed, Tues/Thu and
virtual Friday rotation)
Students with appointments may access student services on campus
Technical faculty/students completing coursework on campus
All Summer 1 courses offered online only
Stage 3 – July 1 – July 31, 2020
Up to 50% of faculty/staff on campus (Mon/Wed, Tues/Thu with virtual Friday rotations)
Students with appointments may continue to access student services
Summer 2 classes may take place on campus while others will be offered online only
Meetings of up to 50 people may be allowed with social distancing and proper safety precautions observed
Skills U (Adult Education) may resume on-campus classes
Workforce Solutions classes for business and industry may take place on campuses
Stage 4 – August 1 – December 18, 2020
All student services open on campuses
Fall classes will begin on August 17, 2020 in a variety of formats including online, hybrid and traditional face-to-face
Actions in Stage 4 are subject to approval by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and subject to change
College Workforce Solutions teams will be working to meet business needs and provide training for unemployed individuals. Colleges will continue to offer apprenticeships and other work-based learning opportunities.
To learn more about how the programs offered at Maysville Community and Technical College can help you achieve your career goals visit maysville.kctcs.edu.