Coronavirus Resources The campus is closed to the public, however services and instruction are still open and available online and by telephone.
COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a novel virus that is spreading worldwide. Though the full clinical picture is still unknown, the majority of cases are mild and can be treated. Special care and consideration should be taken by individuals with compromised immune systems.
Common signs of infection include: respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties. In severe cases infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and even death.
As the situation of COVID-19 develops, including media reports, travel restrictions, canceled events, and televised news; concerns for your own health and the health of your loved ones is normative, as these experiences naturally elicit emotional and cognitive reactions.
Expected responses may include:
Given the widespread coverage of COVID-19, feeling personally impacted and vulnerable is normal. In times like these moderating our thoughts, feelings, and reactions is important for both ourselves and our neighbors. There are many simple and effective ways to manage emergent reactions to events like these. Below are guidelines to improve coping and overall wellbeing:
For health-related inquires contact the health clinic on your respective campus.
Fresno City College: 559.442.8268 Clovis College: 559.325.5318
Madera College: 559.675.4759 Reedley College: 559.638.3328
If you are feeling overwhelmed by your reactions to the recent events, or if your reaction is beginning to impact your relationships, academics, personal life, and/or general wellbeing, then you may consider contacting Psychological Services at your respective campus.
Fresno City College: 559.443.8687 Clovis College: 559.325.5377
Madera College: 559.675.4859 Reedley College: 559.638.3328