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Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19 and MCC

McLennan Community College has locked the buildings on campus. College faculty and staff are currently working remotely, and we are available to help by phone, email, or online. For a full listing of all MCC employees, see our Employee Directory.

Please reach out to us. We want to hear from you, and we are available to assist you through this difficult time. 

Registration for minimester, summer, and fall classes will still start on April 6. We encourage students to go ahead and register for upcoming courses. You will not have to pay for future semesters yet.

Yes. MCC is transitioning all courses to an online format for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. Please check BrightSpace or contact your professor(s) for further information.

If you are considering dropping couses because they will be online, please contact the MCC Completion Center or your advisor to find out if there are other options for you.

Students can access WiFi in Parking Lot E in front of The Highlands gym. Visit our Internet Resources page for details.

McLennan Online is a great resource for students transitioning to online classes due to COVID-19. You may also email online@mclennan.edu more information.

MCC Tech Support is available by phone at 254-299-8077, email, or online chat. You may also visit our Tech Support website for information on using Zoom, accessing your accounts, WiFi assistance, and more.

The MAC building is locked like the rest of the buildings on campus; however, the McLennan bookstore is open for business online. Please contact the bookstore by phone at 254-299-8685 for questions about purchasing books or go to their online bookstore at www.mclennanshop.com

To help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the MCC Testing Center is currently unable to offer in-person testing services. Students who need to take tests and exams should contact their professors directly. Students with accommodation requests should email disabilities@mclennan.edu.

The Testing Center is working to offer students remote online services as soon as possible. Changes will be made on this webpage when information is updated. We are ready and willing to connect with students by phone, email, text, and Zoom. Please let us know how we can support you during this unusual time by emailing testingcenter@mclennan.edu. We are also available by phone at 254-299-8453. 

All mathematic and science labs will be conducted online. Please contact your professor for further information about your lab class(es).

All McLennan athletic events and games have been canceled for the remainder of the spring semester.

Decisions about canceling or rescheduling public events and performances will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please check with the event coordinator or check the MCC calendar for updated information in the future.

If you are a performer with an upcoming scheduled performance, please check with your program advisor or a professor for further information.

MCC is routinely and frequently disinfecting common and high-touch surfaces. We are using the advice of the CDC on disinfecting against the Coronavirus.

Individuals who have traveled within the last 14 days and are experiencing symptoms, or have come in close contact with someone who is/was ill, are advised to make an appointment to see a medical provider as soon as possible. Please stay at home if you are sick or have symptoms of the Coronavirus or any other illness to avoid spreading the illness to others.

Students should notify their professors as soon as possible to make arrangements for coursework.

MCC employees should contact their supervisor as soon as possible for instructions.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person-to-person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China.

The virus is thought to spread mainly between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It also may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes, but this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads. Learn what is known about the spread of newly emerged coronaviruses from the CDC website transmission page.

There are many tips for helping protect yourself from the Coronavirus. Here are some helpful links on our site as well as other sites: