Dyersburg State to continue classes online through May 8
Special to the State Gazette
Out of concern for its students, faculty and staff, Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) has announced that all classes will continue to be delivered in an online format through May 8 amid COVID-19 concerns.
All three locations in Dyersburg, Covington and Trenton will be closed to students and the general public until further notice. All faculty and staff will be working from home through April 5. DSCC phone extensions will be forwarded to the appropriate faculty and staff. A limited amount of faculty and staff will be working onsite after April 5 with the majority working remotely from home.
Students will continue to meet with their classes through eLearn and the Zoom teleconferencing app during their normal scheduled class times. More information regarding Zoom and how to access classes can be found at www.dscc.edu/coronavirus
Advising and registration for May session and summer and fall semesters will begin March 30. Students will be able to make an online appointment through the DSCC website at www.dscc.edu by clicking on the Future or Current Student tabs, then the Make an Appointment link. Current students may also make an appointment through their Navigate app. To download the Navigate app, students should visit www.dscc.edu/navigate?
The college continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and is taking these extra precautions to keep the college community safe and healthy. Although there have been no positive COVID-19 cases reported in the DSCC college community, a professional service was used to comprehensively disinfect all buildings.
A list of updated postponements and cancelations can be found at www.dscc.edu/coronavirus