Cape Cod Community College Campuses to Close Until at Least April 13, 2020
In response to the rapidly developing COIVD-19 pandemic, Cape Cod Community College will be moving to a remote workforce for all non-essential employees starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020, closing the campus to the public until at least April 13, 2020. All previously scheduled courses, which were moved to an online, remote learning format last week, will continue to run as scheduled starting March 23, 2020.
The College will remain staffed by essential personnel on-site, with all other employees set to work remotely for the time being. In a corresponding decision, all College locations – including the Hyannis Center, Funeral Service at Bridgewater State University, and the Aviation Maintenance Technician program at Plymouth Municipal Airport – will be moving to online, remote learning.
Services on campus that are affected include:
- The Wilkens Family Dental Hygiene Clinic (closed until at least April 7)
- Tilden Arts Center events (previously scheduled events are currently suspended)
- The Children’s College (closed)
- Academy for Lifelong Learning (closed for the semester)
- Family Pantry of Cape Cod (current hours apply this week, but supplies will not be replenished. The Family Pantry’s main location in Harwich remains open)
- College Bookstore (closed as long as the campus is closed)
- Cape Cod Café (closed as long as the campus is closed)
Students, faculty, and staff will be working remotely until the April 13 review date, at which point the College will reevaluate the status of COVID-19 and its impact on our community.