Stages of Reopening
Technical faculty/students making up lab coursework with minimal staff on campus only.01
Minimal System Office access. 01
Limited campus activities will return based on HCTC’s plan. Less than 50% of faculty/staff will be present in facilities. All participants must follow the Healthy at Work requirements. Campus activities does not mean face-to-face classes; note that all HCTC Summer I classes will be off ered exclusively online. (Summer 1 classes are those summer classes beginning before July 1). Technical faculty/students will continue to make blab and coursework on campus.02
Students may schedule appointments for support services, one student per one employee with social distancing in place. Appointments are highly recommended to best serve students. If students arrive without an appointment, they may be directed to sign-in and wait in their car until a staff member is available to see them. Buildings will have one entrance open with appropriate signage displayed. Some office doors may be locked. 02
HCTC wants to see students on campuses! Now is the
time to register for the fall! Student services personnel are available on the Hazard
and Lees College Campuses. Again, appointments are highly encouraged. Up to 50% of
total number of faculty/staff will be present on campus.
College personnel are available on the Hazard, Technical, and Lees College Campuses to provide a variety of services (e.g. ﬁ nancial aid, advising, testing, business office). Additional campus activities will be available. Some face-to-face technical classes will take place in Summer 2 class sessions beginning after July 1, Skills U (Adult Education) will resume limited on–campus classes. Workforce Solutions classes for business and industry may take place on campuses. 03
Walk-ins are welcome but appointments are encouraged. Students may schedule appointments for support services, one student per one employee with social distancing in place. If students arrive without an appointment, they may be directed to sign-in and wait in their car until a staff member is available to see them. Buildings will have one entrance open with appropriate signage displayed. Some office doors may be locked. We will start some face to face meetings of up to 50 people, however the use of virtual technology is preferred. 03
Actions in Stage 4 are subject to approval by CPE and are subject to change.
In Stage 4, Fall classes will begin on August 17, 2020, barring any required pandemic response from the Governor’s Office or CPE. All student services will be available on campus. Fall term classes will be off ered in a variety of formats including online, face-to-face, hybrid and HCTC Flex. There will be fully online classes as well as face-to-face classes with some options that are a mixture of both. Face-to-face classes will adhere to safety recommendations including social distancing by limiting the number of students in a classroom and rearranging seating and wearing a mask. All face-to-face classes will have a BlackBoard shell so students and faculty can move to remote instructions should the need arise. 04
HCTC Flex will have options for students to attend courses remotely. HCTC will off
er a variety of scheduling options, including 16-week, 12-week and 8-week sessions.
Entrances will be limited. Most exterior doors will remain locked with access to the
buildings being a single entrance.
HCTC Workforce Solutions team will be working to meet business needs and providing training for unemployed individuals. HCTC will continue to off er apprenticeships and other work-based learning opportunities. 04