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Transition to Remote Classes and Services

Mar 23, 2020

Fresno City College continues this week its transition to provide classes and student services remotely to students. The college has a few updates to announce today.

  • We have learned that the test for the FCC student aide in the Veterans Resource Center, who may have been exposed to COVID-19 last week, is negative.  This is a relief to both the student and those in the building who were also asked self-isolate.
  • The State Center Community College District Chancellor, Dr. Paul Parnell, announced today that all graduation ceremonies in the district are now canceled, including Fresno City College. The ceremony was originally scheduled for Friday, May 22.  Fresno City College will now discuss alternative ways to celebrate the achievement of our students this year.
  • In order to adhere to the guidelines to shelter in place and practice social distancing, no in-person classes will be held for the remainder of the Spring semester and the entire Summer semester. Only online instruction is planned.
  • All events are now canceled through the Spring and Summer.
  • This weekend Fresno City College introduced new web pages  that are designed to help faculty, staff and students navigate the new remote requirements.

Fresno City College urges students to check their student email and the FCC website daily for updates.

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