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FALL 2020 SEMESTER

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General FAQs

Academics FAQs

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Fall 2020 Students and Supporters

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Residence Life FAQs

Athletics FAQs

Return to Work FAQs

 
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General FAQs

What are the social distancing requirements on campus?

Each member of the campus community is responsible for keeping our community safe by:

  • Wearing a Face Covering (cloth face covering) outside of their office/room. #SpartansMaskUp
  • Washing/sanitizing hands frequently.
  • Ensure 6-feet distance between all physical workspaces as well as between all students, faculty and staff wherever possible.
  • Limit, wherever possible, the sharing of equipment and other resources.
  • Minimizing group gatherings. If meeting in-person, all individuals must be able to maintain 6 feet or more social distancing requirements and wear a Face Coverings. #SpartansMaskUp

updated 7.20.20

What are the Face Coverings (mask) wearing guidelines on campus?

  • Face Coverings are required inside of all CNCC buildings unless you are (1) in your office/room AND (2) maintaining social distancing of 6-feet. 
  • Face Coverings are not required in outdoor spaces so long as 6 feet of physical distance is maintained. 
  • CDPHE Face Coverings Guidance
  • Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

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updated 7.20.20

What are the cleaning protocols on campus?

CNCC’s cleaning protocols are thorough and high-touch surfaces are receiving increased cleaning.  CNCC has hired additional staff to clean and sanitize common areas such as bathrooms and the cafeteria with other areas on campus receiving cleaning and sanitizing after each student use.   CNCC is also installing Hand Sanitizer Stations at all entrances to academic and residential buildings. CNCC has invested in disinfecting wipe that will be made available in all buildings to wipe down areas between classes, high use areas and for the students to have or request at any time. CDC Standards and Protocols for sanitizations are being strictly followed included CNCC’s investments into Atmos and Electrostatic Disinfecting Spray guns that can disinfect large areas very quickly eliminating any COVID-19 threats in 1 to 3 minutes.  

updated 7.20.20

What do I do if I come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19?

If you come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you will be required to implement a 14-day self-quarantine measure. Faculty and staff may be required to use leave. (The CDC describes “close contact" as "anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before the person began feeling sick until the time the patient was isolated.” Please contact housing to let them know of your concern and to help arrange isolation. Meals will be brought to the student’s room; classroom work will be made available and other accommodations will be made to ensure the students well-being and ability to stay on track with their education.

updated 7.20.20

Are the CNCC workout rooms open?

Yes, the workout rooms are currently open and following Rio Blanco County Public Health guidelines. Limited numbers of people are allowed in weight rooms at a time. Face coverings are required. Student are required to use disinfecting wipe on every machine after use. Disinfecting wipes will be provided by CNCC.

updated 7.20.20

Is the Outdoor Recreation Program open?

Yes, the Outdoor Recreation Program is currently open and following Rio Blanco County Public Health guidelines. CNCC encourages students to take advantage of the wide-open spaces by taking advantage of local hiking, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, rafting, rock climbing and many other outdoor activities. Through the CNCC Outdoor Rec Program, students can check out all the gear needed to go on an adventure.

updated 7.20.20

Is the College Dining Hall open?

Yes, the College Dining Hall in the Johnson Building will reopen on August 15th and will follow Rio Blanco County Public Health guidelines. Increased hours of operations will be in effect this year to allow students more to choose when they go into the cafeteria to eat also reducing crowds and exposure. CNCC has hired a cleaning and sanitization specialist specifically for the Café that will be actively cleaning throughout the day included sanitization of areas used by students, ensuring sanitization before the next student arrives. No self-serve food stations will be available.

updated 7.20.20


Academics_FAQs #SpartanStrong

Will classes be held in person or online this fall?

Fall 2020 classes will be held in-person starting August 24th (or August 17th for the NPS Program).  CNCC will also provide hybrid and online courses which you can find listed on the Fall 2020 Course Schedules.

updated 7.20.20

What types of classes will CNCC be offering?

CNCC will offer multiple types of classes this fall:

Seated:  Traditional classes scheduled and delivered in the classroom.

Online:  Courses taken through CNCC or CCCS Online, where 100% of the course is delivered in the online format.

Remote Delivery: Traditional courses where a majority of the course content is not delivered in person, but via an online tool such as Zoom or WebEx.

Blended Delivery: Traditional courses where students can choose to attend in person OR via remote delivery.

Hybrid Delivery: Courses where there is a combination of in person and online assignments.

**Please talk to you advisor about your specific classes.

updated 7.16.2020

Will classes be socially distanced?

Yes, all classrooms will have reduced capacities so that students can maintain a 6-foot distance. 

updated 7.20.20

Will I be required to wear a Face Coverings in class?

Yes, students and professors will be required to wear Face Coverings or face shields while in academic buildings and while attending class.  Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

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updated 7.16.2020

Will my professors wear Face Coverings?

Yes, students and professors will be required to wear Face Coverings while in academic buildings and while attending class. 

Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

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What is the academic calendar for the 20-21 school year?

The fall semester will begin as planned on August 24th (or August 17 for the NPS Program). You can see the full academic calendar here.

updated 7.20.20

What do I do if I get sick?

Most importantly — do not go to class.  Instructors have been instructed to work with students who are ill and cannot attend class. Coordinate with your instructors remotely to create a plan.

updated 7.20.20

Will I be able to take my classes Satisfactory(S)/Unsatisfactory(U) like the Spring 2020?

Currently, we are not planning to offer Satisfactory (S)/ Unsatisfactory (U) classes in the fall. 

updated 7.20.20

What do I do if my class has been changed to online or hybrid and I want in-person classes?

While we strive to deliver our classes as we have advertised, we are dealing with revolving changes that are occurring around us. Please make an appointment with your Academic Advisor to investigate your options. You can make appointments through Navigate.

updated 7.16.2020

If my class is moved to online, will I have to pay online prices?

No, students will not have to pay increased prices. If a course was originally published as in-class (face-to-face) and is moved online, the student will pay the lesser of the two prices.

updated 7.20.20

Requirements for classes utilizing public spaces

For off campus classes, students and faculty will be required to follow public safety measures. CNCC still has the authority to implement additional safety measures where necessary.

updated 7.16.2020

 

Admissions FAQs

Please read this letter from President Ron Granger. He addresses what the College is currently doing to prepare for the Fall 2020 semester and assures you that there are many reasons to feel optimistic about securing your room, investing in tuition and looking forward to your education this fall.

Check back here for new student enrollment updates as the Fall 2020 semester approaches. Please connect with your admissions advisor for additional guidance.

 

Contact Info and Visitation

Are the Admissions Offices open?

Yes, both the Craig and Rangely Admissions Offices are open to the public and our team is available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm MST to serve you. Click Here to connect with your admissions advisor via email, phone call or text. While we are limiting the number of employees we have on campus at one time it is strongly recommend that you set an appoint with a recruiter prior to coming to campus.

updated 7.20.20

How do I schedule a campus tour?

Campus tours are available by appointment only Monday-Saturday for one family at a time. Visit www.cncc.edu/experience-cncc to sign up for a campus tour or to explore our Virtual Tour Map.

We also invite you to take advantage of our digital resources and learn more about all that CNCC has to offer. As you make plans to join us this fall or in the future, we are here to help you every step of the way.

If you are not currently receiving communication from the CNCC Admissions Office, please request info here. For more admissions information please click here.

updated 7.20.20

How do I stay up-to-date with CNCC Admissions?

If you are interested in attending CNCC and you are not currently receiving communication from the Admissions Office, please request info here.

Parents/supporters of admitted students also receive regular email communications from the Admissions Office. If you are a parent/supporter and you are not receiving these communications, please email the Admissions Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the following information:

  • Your first and last name
  • The student's first and last name
  • The student's date of birth
  • Your relation to the student

updated 7.20.20

 

Fall 2020 Students and Supporters

Will CNCC offer on-campus learning and living this fall?

CNCC plans to offer on-campus classes and on-campus student housing for the fall semester starting August 24th, 2020. New Students will receive move in information shortly after receiving Residence Hall placement information via email. Returning Students will also receive move in instructions and times via email in late July. - Staggered move in times will be assigned to limit contact and large numbers of students and families on campus at the same time.

Move-in for Rangely Students will take place from August 18th and 19th for New Students and August 22nd and 23rd for Returning Students. Craig students will be moving in on August 20th and 21st. Please check your emails or contact campus life for more information. Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here.

How is CNCC planning for the health and safety of students this fall?

The Safe Together, Strong Together campus planning initiative is designed with this singularity of purpose in mind. See up-to-date College plans for returning to campus here.

Self-Monitoring:

  1. Students, faculty and staff will be asked to self-monitor and report on any COVID-19 symptoms. This will be facilitated through a symptom self-report entered via a web form. The form is located on our website or can be accessed by clicking Incident Form here.
  2. Self-screening stations will be set up for students and employees to self-screen for symptoms.
    1. Craig Campus: Room 141 in the Academic Building and Massage Room 1 in the Career Technical Building.
    2. Rangely Campus: Medical Clinic space in the Johnson Building and behind the front desk of each residence hall.
  3. Symptom checklists and instructions on the proper course of action when indicators are present will be available to students and employees.
  4. Thermometers are available to members of our campus community to test for the presence of fever and to monitor personal temperatures.
  5. CNCC plans to isolate sick individuals from our general population and direct them to appropriate medical personnel.
  6. Symptomatic students will be isolated, and employees will be directed to remain at home until advised by a medical professional that it is safe to return to campus.
    1. Instructors have been instructed to work with students who are ill and cannot attend class 
    2. Food services will arrange takeout meals delivered to isolation rooms
    3. Additional wellness checks and COVID-19 monitoring will be conducted
  7. Per CDPHE guidance, if two or more students, staff or employees are confirmed with COVID-19 within a 14-day period, CNCC will take the following actions:
    1. Fill out the CDPHE COVID-19 outbreak report form and send it to the local public health agency.
    2. Begin using contact tracing methods and identifying students, staff or faculty with COVID-19-like symptoms using the CDPHE COVID-19-line list template.
    3. Follow CNCC and CCCS Pandemic Plan put in place by Campus Safety.
    4. Work with the local public health agency to confirm whether an outbreak exists and determine the extent of the outbreak. Per a meeting between CCCS and CDPHE on 6-22-20, “Local public health agencies will work with colleges on a case-by-case basis to develop a rational plan that prevents the spread of COVID-19 and keeps campuses open, as much as possible.”

updated 7.20.20

When is move-in for the residence halls?

Move-in will take place from August 18th and 19th for New Students and August 22nd and 23rd for Returning Students. Craig students will be moving in on August 20th and 21st.  Move in times will be staggered to avoid large crowds, it is essential that students stick to their allotted time slots. Screening, temperature checks, and possible testing will be required for students living in close proximity to others. PPE, face coverings, disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizers will all be available to students when moving in.  Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here. If you have questions, please contact Campus Life.

updated 7.20.20

When does the fall semester start?

The first day of classes on Monday, August 24th. The New Student Orientation will start Thursday, August 20th in Rangely going through Saturday the 22nd. Craig New Student Orientation will be Saturday, August 22nd in Craig.  Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here. You can also see the complete Academic Calendar here. To sign up for New Student Orientation Click Here.

updated 7.20.20

How do I enroll in Fall 2020 classes?

Returning students can register for classes here or by scheduling an appointment with an Academic Advisor through Navigate or by phone or email.

New students can apply and register here or contact Admissions for more information.

updated 7.20.20

My student signed up for New Student Orientation (NSO). What do I do next?

We invite you to watch out virtual information sessions for the parents of admitted students which will be available once recorded on our YouTube channel.

The New Student Orientation will start Thursday, August 20th in Rangely going through Saturday the 22nd. Craig New Student Orientation will be Saturday, August 22nd in Craig. Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here. You can also see the complete Academic Calendar here. To sign up for New Student Orientation Click Here. If you have questions, please contact Campus Life.

updated 7.20.20

Is the housing deposit refundable?

The $200 housing deposit is refundable if a student cancels their housing contract prior to school starting due to COVID-19 factors. It will also be refunded upon the student moving out of the Residence Hall depending on the condition of the room.

updated 7.20.20

What happens to housing if classes move to an online format during the semester?

In the event Fall 2020 classes are moved to an online format mid-semester, CNCC would offer pro-rated refunds for housing and dining (Room and Board) expenses provided that the student moves out of their residence hall leaving it in good condition. If you have questions, please contact Campus Life.

updated 7.20.20

 

Fall 2021 Students and Supporters

When will the Fall 2021 application for admission be available?

The Fall 2021 application for admission is open and available here.

Both the Craig and Rangely Admissions Offices are open to the public and our team is available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm MST to serve you. Click Here to connect with your admissions advisor via email, phone call or text.

updated 7.20.20

How do I stay up-to-date with information for Fall 2021?

Students who have expressed interest in CNCC will receive insight from the CNCC Admissions Office and their admissions counselor throughout the summer and next year. Both the Craig and Rangely Admissions Offices are open to the public and our team is available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm MST to serve you. Click Here to connect with your admissions advisor via email, phone call or text.

If you are not currently receiving communication from the CNCC Admissions Office, please request info here.

updated 7.20.20

Residence Life FAQs - #SpartanStrong

When is move in?

  • New Rangely Student move in will take place from August 18th and 19th.
  • Returning Rangely students move in will be on August 22nd and 23rd
  • New and Returning Craig students will move in August 20th and 21st

Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here.

All students will receive placement information and move in information via email by the end of July. - Staggered move in times will be assigned to limit contact and large numbers of students and families on campus at the same time. Before moving in students may be required to answer health screening questions, have temperatures taken, and/or get COVID tested through our local health care partners.

Important Dates

General Groups 

Saturday/Sunday, August 15th & 16th 

NPS Program and Volleyball Students Arrive on Campus 

Saturday August 15th

Cafeteria Opens - Meal Plans Begin

Monday, August 17th

NPS Program Start

Tuesday/Wednesday, August 18th & 19th 

Rangely New Students Arrive to Campus – Staggered Move In

Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here

Thursday/Friday, August 20th & 21st 

Craig – New Student Arrive to Campus – Staggered Move In

Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here

Thursday/Friday, August 20th & 21st 

Rangely - New Student Orientation Click Here to RSVP

 

Saturday August 22nd

Craig- New Student Orientation Click Here to RSVP

Saturday/Sunday August 22nd & 23rd 

Returning Students Arrive on Campus – Staggered Move In Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here.

Monday, August 24 

1st Day of Classes – Click Here for Academic Calendar

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How do I know my move in date and time?

Students moving into the residence halls or apartments will be emailed placement information and a move in appointment to their email address by the end of July. If you need to change your assigned move-in appointment or have questions once the move in instructions arrive please contact Campus Life.

To sign up for New Student Orientation Click Here.

updated 7.20.20

Can my parents or other friends/family help me move in?

Yes, each student is allowed no more than two guests to help them move in. CNCC will also have Resident Assistants and Ambassadors on campus to help students move in. If you have questions, please contact Campus Life.

updated 7.20.20

How does COVID-19 protocols affect move in?

Staggard move in times will be assigned

Temperature checks, screening questionnaires and COVID 19 testing may be required.

Social distancing will be expected

Hand sanitizers, disinfecting wipes and PPE will be available

Only two guests will be allowed to help the student move in

Increased sanitizations and cleansing of common areas and high touch surfaces

Please review move-in and other Residence Life information here. COVID 19 Updates here.

Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

Face Coverings will be required, #SpartansMaskUp

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Please continue to watch your email for updates and more information.

updated 7.20.20 

Do I have to be tested for COVID-19 before I can move into my dorm?

Possibly, students moving into a residence hall or apartments where roommates are assigned will have testing done when students arrive (CNCC will arrange testing with local health care providers) or student can get tested on their own and brings results that are within 5-7 days of moving in.

Students that require testing will self-isolate until results come back in. CNCC will make accommodation for students during isolation to limit exposure but also keep the student on track with school.

updated 7.20.20

Self-Monitoring:

  1. Students, faculty and staff will be asked to self-monitor and report on any COVID-19 symptoms. This will be facilitated through a symptom self-report entered via a web form. The form is located on our website or can be accessed by Cicking Incident Form here.
  2. Self-screening stations will be set up for students and employees to self-screen for symptoms.
    1. Craig Campus: Room 141 in the Academic Building and Massage Room 1 in the Career Technical Building.
    2. Rangely Campus: Medical Clinic space in the Johnson Building and behind the front desk of each residence hall.
  3. Symptom checklists and instructions on the proper course of action when indicators are present will be available to students and employees.
  4. Thermometers are available to members of our campus community to test for the presence of fever and to monitor personal temperatures.
  5. CNCC plans to isolate sick individuals from our general population and direct them to appropriate medical personnel.
  6. Symptomatic students will be isolated, and employees will be directed to remain at home until advised by a medical professional that it is safe to return to campus.
    1. Instructors have been instructed to work with students who are ill and cannot attend class 
    2. Food services will arrange takeout meals delivered to isolation rooms
    3. Additional wellness checks and COVID-19 monitoring will be conducted
  7. Per CDPHE guidance, if two or more students, staff or employees are confirmed with COVID-19 within a 14-day period, CNCC will take the following actions:
    1. Fill out the CDPHE COVID-19 outbreak report form and send it to the local public health agency.
    2. Begin using contact tracing methods and identifying students, staff or faculty with COVID-19-like symptoms using the CDPHE COVID-19-line list template.
    3. Follow CNCC and CCCS Pandemic Plan put in place by Campus Safety.
    4. Work with the local public health agency to confirm whether an outbreak exists and determine the extent of the outbreak. Per a meeting between CCCS and CDPHE on 6-22-20, “Local public health agencies will work with colleges on a case-by-case basis to develop a rational plan that prevents the spread of COVID-19 and keeps campuses open, as much as possible.”

updated 7.20.20

Will the Rangely Campus Dining Hall in the Johnson Building be open?

Yes, The Rangely Campus Dining Hall (cafeteria) will be open on August 15th and will follow Rio Blanco County Public Health and CDC guidelines. Increased hours of operations will be in effect this year to allow students more to choose when they go into the cafeteria to eat also reducing crowds and exposure. CNCC has hired a cleaning and sanitization specialist specifically for the Café that will be actively cleaning throughout the day included sanitization of areas used by students, ensuring sanitization before the next student arrives. No self-serve food stations will be available.

updated 7.20.20

Athletics FAQs #SpartanStrong

Will athletic teams play this year (2020-2021) and have schedules changed?

All sports are scheduled to resume in Spring with Fall Athletic schedules also moving to Spring. CNCC is working closely with the SWAC, NJCAA and public health officials to adjust schedules as needed to accommodate institutional environments. For the most up-to-date schedule information, please visit athletics.cncc.edu.

updated 7.20.20

What are NJCAA policy regulations and policies regarding COVID-19?

Please refer to the NJCAA Division I Compliance page for a complete list of documents relative to how the NJCAA has adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

updated 7.20.20

Are CNCC athletic venues open?

Yes, but only outdoor athletic venues are open at this time. All of CNCC’s athletic venues are following Rio Blanco County Public Health Guidelines including frequent cleanings, signage to direct and remind people of COVID policy requirements and following social distancing and capacity requirements. 

updated 7.20.20

Will fans be permitted at athletic events this fall?

CNCC will continue to monitor and follow Rio Blanco County and Moffat County Public Health Guidelines and an announcement regarding fans will come in the future. 

updated 7.20.20

If fans are allowed, will Face Coveringss be required at athletic events?

Yes, Face Coverings will be required at all athletic events. #SpartansMaskUp

CDPHE Face Coverings Guidance

Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

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updated 7.20.20

If I don’t feel comfortable attending a game, can I still watch?

Yes! All of CNCC athletic events are streamed and can be found at www.scenicwestnetwork.com.

updated 7.20.20

When will tickets go on sale?

Spartan games are free for all CNCC students.

updated 7.20.20

Will tickets be sold at the gate?

Process for parents and members of the community to attend Spartan Games is to be determined. Please check CNCC COVID Updates for more information.

updated 7.20.20

Are CNCC athletic venues available for outside rentals?

Contact Candra Robie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 

updated 7.20.20

Are student-athletes permitted to workout this summer?

Voluntary workouts are permitted this summer, but only at the request of the student-athlete. Please see the NJCAA Division I Compliance or the SWAC Website for more information on what is permissible. All participating student-athletes are required to follow institutional and athletic department guidelines. Please note, what is permitted for current CNCC athletes differs from what is permitted for prospective/incoming student-athletes. 

updated 7.20.20

Do student-athletes need to be tested for COVID-19 before participating in permissible activities?

Yes, please contact your coach for specific details. 

updated 7.20.20

Have eligibility requirements changed for student-athletes?

Yes, but only temporarily. Please refer to the NJCAA Division I Compliance or the SWAC Website for more information. Contact Candra Robie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 

updated 7.20.20

Have the dates changed for Fall Sports Early Start Program?

Yes, all Fall Sports have been moved to the Spring of 2021. Please contact your coach or Candra Robie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

updated 7.20.20

Return to Work FAQs - #SpartansMaskUp

When will faculty and staff return to work on-campus?

Depending on State and Federal regulations, orders and guidelines staff will be expected to return to work when restrictions are lifted. There is not estimated date or timeframe on this and returning to work will assume no new unexpected state or federal health orders or guidance are issued that make this expectation unworkable. Those employees in a vulnerable category for COVID-19, or with special considerations, can work with their supervisor and HR to extend remote work. CNCC flextime allowances and pre-pandemic HR policies around remote work will be updated and will remain in place.

updated 7.9.20

Do I have to return to campus if I am considered part of the vulnerable population?

If you are considered part of the vulnerable population, work with your supervisor to discuss options for remote work. 

updated 7.20.20

What are the Face Coverings wearing guidelines on campus?

Face Coverings are required inside of all CNCC buildings unless you are (1) in your office/room AND (2) maintaining social distancing of 6-feet. 

Accommodations can be made with proper medical documentation. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions regarding these or any accommodations.

#SpartansMaskUp

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CDPHE Face Coverings Guidance

updated 7.20.20

What do I do if I have symptoms related to COVID-19?

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you are required to stay home. Work with your supervisor to discuss working from home options or potential use of accrued leave. Anticipate a follow-up from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in HR. 

updated 7.20.20

How do I report symptoms?

By attending class or logging into the CNCC Portal or your computer, you are affirming that you do not have any new symptoms consistent with COVID-19. To report concerns or symptoms please use

Please remember as CDC guidelines on COVID-19 symptoms change, the CNCC website will be updated. To ensure your safety and understanding of the latest guidelines, please review these updates once a week, at a minimum.

updated 7.20.20

What do I do if I come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19?

If you come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you will be required to implement a 14-day self-quarantine measure and may be required to use leave if you are faculty or staff. (The CDC describes “close contact" as “anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before the person began feeling sick until the time the patient was isolated.” Please also contact your supervisor or the CNCC HR office for further direction.

updated 7.20.20

Am I allowed to travel outside of Rio Blanco or Moffat Counties?

CNCC employees are encouraged to limit non-essential travel and should be aware of associated risks and responsibilities while traveling. If required to travel for business, employee must have the travel approved by their supervisor or VP. 

Here is a link that you are required to fill out if you are traveling, whether it be in state, out-of-state or internationally. Employee Travel Information

updated 7.20.20

Are we allowed to hold in-person meetings?

The College encourages employees to minimize group gatherings. This includes formal meetings and informal gatherings, particularly in small spaces such as hallways or common areas. The use of WebEx and Zoom meetings should be used to the maximum extent practicable. If meeting in person, all individuals must be able to maintain 6-feet social distancing requirements.

updated 7.20.20

How do I order cleaning supplies and other items for my office space?

Supervisors should work with facilities to identify needs. Employees are responsible for acquiring and paying for supplies for their personal workspace.

updated 7.20.20

Are visitors allowed inside CNCC buildings?

Yes, visitors for campus tours, admissions information, class registrations are permitted to come to campus in limited size groups while following new guidelines requiring face coverings.  Social distancing and other COVID requirement will be expected to be followed.

Please note that during the school year students in Residence Halls and Apartments will not be permitted to have outside guests at any time.

updated 7.20.20

 

About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two main campuses in Craig and Rangely are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado, with one service center located in Meeker.

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