COVID-19 Protocol

Clovis Community College is educating in an online-only format for the current summer semester. We are open by-appointment-only for all business operations and student services.

For an appointment or assistance, please give us a call, or use our "Let's Chat" at the top of the page for immediate assistance:

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CCC is here for you! We offer high quality education at an affordable price and we are committed to providing a safe environment for your educational needs. Come take classes with us this fall.

All academic classes will be offered online this fall. This will include courses with virtual lectures and interactive access with instructors throughout the semester. Courses listed as Synchronous are live online and will meet at the specific times listed. Face-to-face physical education classes will be offered the second 8 weeks and will be subject to the current public health order. Financial Aid and scholarships are available and our knowledgeable staff are here to help you with funding to pay for classes.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our helpful knowledgeable staff, please contact us or click on the convenient chat feature located at clovis.edu.

Clovis Community College will work with our PRMC, RGH, and NM Public Health partners to perform rapid response testing for employees and students in the event of a COVID-19 exposure on campus. Priority will be given for individuals currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Results are expected to be returned within 72-hours when possible

CCC COVID Campus Return to Campus Plan *Updated 8-3-2020

The upcoming fall semester will implement protocols and procedures that align with the Governor’s directives and guidance. CCC has adapted the traditional face-to-face classes in the fall to meet a variety of needs. This includes:

  • Face-to-Face modality classes will run as normal, but may have limited space to meet any reduced capacity requirements.
  • Hybrid modality instruction refers to instruction including a predefined schedule of face-to-face and distance components.

    Click here to view a list of current classes offered: Fall 2020

Clovis Community College will work with our PRMC, RGH, and NM Public Health partners to perform rapid response testing for employees and students in the event of a COVID-19 exposure on campus. Priority will be given for individuals currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Results are expected to be returned within 72-hours when possible

CCC COVID Campus Return to Campus Plan *Updated 7-30-2020

The upcoming fall semester will implement protocols and procedures that align with the Governor’s directives and guidance. CCC has adapted the traditional face-to-face classes in the fall to meet a variety of needs. This includes:

  • Face-to-Face modality classes will run as normal, but may have limited space to meet any reduced capacity requirements.
  • Hybrid modality instruction refers to instruction including a predefined schedule of face-to-face and distance components.

    Click here to view a list of current classes offered: Fall 2020

The upcoming fall semester will implement protocols and procedures that align with the Governor’s directives and guidance. CCC has adapted the traditional face-to-face classes in the fall to meet a variety of needs. This includes:

  • Face-to-Face modality classes will run as normal, but may have limited space to meet any reduced capacity requirements.
  • Hybrid modality instruction refers to instruction including a predefined schedule of face-to-face and distance components.

    Click here to view a list of current classes offered: Fall 2020

  • Mixed modality instruction refers to a flexible instructional style incorporating synchronous face to-face and virtual attendance. Both hybrid and mixed mode will require some face-to-face instruction on campus. CCC also offers a wide variety of fully online classes.
  • Online modality instruction refers to traditional online attendance

The Leadership of Clovis Community College acknowledges the challenges faced by our campus community as a result of the Coronavirus. As part of our ongoing effort to keep the campus community and public informed during the pandemic, we have created the CCC COVID-19 Return to Campus Plan. This plan is available via the Quick Links on the right-hand side of this page. This document has been structured to coincide with the “Phases” as announced by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Directives and the guidance provided by the New Mexico Independent Community Colleges. As such, we are currently in Phase 1 of the CCC COVID-19 Return to Campus Plan. This is a living document that may be subject to change as our Coronavirus Pandemic and the NM Guidance continue to evolve.

Additionally CCC is directing employees and students to cancel or postpone any campus-related, non-essential out-of-state travel, consistent with the Governor’s Executive Order, 2020-54. We appreciate your understanding and continued cooperation during this time. Please continue to visit our COVID-19 Protocol webpage for up-to-date information.

At Clovis Community College we understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for you and your families. CCC Administration hopes that you are doing well and taking care of yourself and your family. We want you to remain safe and healthy. Following Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s directive and guidance of New Mexico Independent Community Colleges (NMICC), Clovis Community College has shifted to online instruction and remote business operations for the remainder of the spring semester.

The leadership of CCC understands the challenges you may be facing and are doing everything possible for you to complete this semester successfully. We recognize that you may have many questions during this time of uncertainty and hope to clarify how we are working to help you be successful through these Frequently Asked Questions. Please visit our COVID-19 Protocol webpage for up-to-date information.

Students for Frequently Asked Questions Click Here

The following events have been cancelled:

  • Monday, March 16, Nursing Peer Forum
  • Wednesday, March 18, Allied Health Open House
  • Tuesday, March 31, Interactive Science Family Night

 

While there are no cases of COVID-19 at the CCC campus, there are cases of the novel coronavirus in the state of New Mexico. CCC’s decision is guided with the safety of our campus and the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors in mind. The following measures will be put in place to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and mitigate its impact on the CCC community.

  • CCC Campus, including the Health and Fitness Center, will be closed to the public and students from March 16 through April 5. Face-to-face classes will be moved to an online format where possible. Students should contact their instructor as soon as possible for directives regarding instructional requirements. All classes will resume on Monday, April. 6.
  • Employees – faculty, staff, and administration should report to work as usual on Monday, March 16, 2020 unless otherwise directed by a supervisor. The College will provide guidance related to social distancing and enhanced preventative public health hygiene.
  • Spring Break will continue as planned. The CCC campus will be closed the week of March 23- March 27.
  • All events and gatherings sponsored by the College or those scheduled in College facilities are canceled through April 5, 2020.

We understand that there will be numerous questions related to these decisions. The situation is rapidly evolving; therefore, all of these measures are subject to change. We will continue to monitor the situation regularly and adjust as needed. Please stay connected to clovis.edu for the latest updates. As a reminder, questions can be directed to the HelpDesk at 575.769.4969 or helpdesk@clovis.edu.

We know that the measures being introduced will cause disruption. We appreciate your understanding and continued cooperation during these difficult times. Thank you for all of your efforts to promote the health and safety within our community. We will continue to keep you informed with updates as this situation progresses.

The following events have been cancelled:

  • Cultural Arts Events:
    • March 19, 2020 New Mexico Jazz Workshop’s Roots of Jazz.
    • April 9, 2020 State Street presents “The Jungle Book”.
  • Friday-Sunday March 13-15, 2020 St. Pats Racquetball Tournament.
  • Monday March 16 Presidential Meet and Greet will be scheduled for a later date.
  • Monday-Thursday March 16-19, 2020 Census Reach-Out
  • Tuesday March 17, 2020 AARP Defensive Driving
    Class

  • Thursday April 2, 2020 Pintores Art League
    Meeting

 

The NM Department of health put these out today

Public Health Order

Mass Gathering FAQs


In response to the recent orders issued by the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) and the Governor of New Mexico, Clovis Community College is postponing or canceling all non-instructional events. Current events that have been postpones or canceled include:

  • Cultural Arts Events:
    • March 19, 2020 New Mexico Jazz Workshop’s Roots of Jazz.
    • April 9, 2020 State Street presents “The Jungle Book”.
  • St. Pats Racquetball Tournament.
  • Presidential Meet and Greet scheduled for Monday March 16th will be scheduled for a later date.

 

CCC COVID-19 Protocol – March 11, 2020

Clovis Community College is committed to taking as many preventative measures as possible to prevent the exposure and/or the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The following internal protocol has been established:

 

Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to wash their hands with soap and water regularly for a minimum of 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer will be placed in all classrooms and offices around campus (a national shortage exists so staff is working diligently to get this accomplished as soon as possible). Hand sanitizer should be used when soap and water are not available; however individuals should immediately wash their hands as soon as possible, and everyone should wash hands as often as possible.

 

Primary Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Faculty, staff, or students who experience any of these symptoms should contact their primary care physician or hospital immediately. Should an individual test positive for the COVID-19 virus, he/she must follow the protocol determined by medical officials and will include a minimum of 14-day isolation from CCC faculty, staff, and students.

 

Should any individual become symptomatic while:

 

  • on the CCC campus, said individual should go home immediately and contact his/her primary doctor or hospital.
  • at home, said individual should stay home and contact his/her primary doctor or hospital.
  • at a partner or clinical site, said individual should notify the partner site personnel, go home immediately, and contact his/her primary doctor or hospital. CCC will follow the protocol of the partner site in the event of exposure.

 

If an individual tests positive for the COVID-19 virus, said individual is strongly encouraged to contact Human Resource Services at 575.769.4033 immediately. HRS personnel will work to determine individual’s interaction with CCC faculty, staff, and students in a confidential manner in order to assess the potential exposure and will act accordingly to ensure the safety of all individuals. If CCC encounters significant exposure to COVID-19, the determination for regular business operation will be evaluated with the guidance of the Department of Health.

 

The Department of Health is encouraging all individuals to not panic, but rather be proactive in terms of preventative measures. In order to minimize potential spread of the virus, if you feel symptomatic you are encouraged to contact 855.600.3453 or your primary doctor to gain assistance on risk assessment before you go to a local medical facility. For up-to-date information on the evolving situation with COVID-19, please visit the following sites:

 

https://cv.nmhealth.org/

https://www.cdc.gov/

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Press Release

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Clovis Community College is monitoring the coronavirus (2019-nCov) situation carefully and is taking proactive and prudent measures to ensure the health and safety of students and staff by following the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

At this time, the College is not aware of any students, faculty, or staff who may have been exposed to the coronavirus.

It is important for the CCC community to know that while the CDC considers this to be a serious public health concern, based on current information, the immediate health risk to the general American public is considered low at this time. According to the CDC, this virus is NOT currently spreading in the community in the United States. Nonetheless, spring break season is near, and many CCC students, faculty, and staff may travel during that time. It is best to practice healthy habits, including frequent hand washing, covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, and avoiding contact with sick people. These measures will help protect against colds and the flu.

Updates will be provided on the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) as they become available.

Please see the following for more information:

Travel Advisory: View here for U.S. Department of State

What are the symptoms of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)?

  • For the vast majority of people who have had the illness, symptoms were mild (like a cold or flu), and they resolved after several days. Flu-like symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, and sore throat.
  • For Frequently Asked Questions (FQA) about Novel Coronavirus, please click here: https://cv.nmhealth.org/faq/

What if I recently traveled and have concerns that I’ve been exposed to 2019-nCoV?

  • Contact your medical provider or call NMDOH at (505) 827-0006

Where can I find updated information?

What preventive actions can students take during the flu season?

  • Everyone 6 months and older is encouraged to get a flu shot.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

It is highly recommended that students and staff continue to practice preventive actions as flu season continues. If you are feeling ill, make an appointment with your healthcare provider.

In conclusion, Human Resource Services and the Security team will be hosting a short informative session at Skillsfest on Friday, March 6, 2020. For more information and further clarification, please click the link below provided by the World Health Organization and stay tuned for further details.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOV1aBVYKGA

 

COVID-19 Protocol

Clovis Community College is educating in an online-only format for the current summer semester. We are open by-appointment-only for all business operations and student services.

Student's Frequently Asked Questions

CCC COVID Return to Campus *Updated 8/3/2020

https://cv.nmhealth.org/

https://www.cdc.gov/

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