**All Events are Canceled until Further Notice**
To the LCCC Campus Community,
I hope that you all are staying safe, working hard on your classes, able to navigate working from home and dealing with all the other challenges we have been facing.
I want to let all of you know that we will be extending our campus closure at least through April 30, in compliance with the governor’s mandate to close physical locations of non-essential businesses.
The governor made the directive to close all higher education facilities except for the life-sustaining services they provide, including, but not limited to: administration, food preparation and distribution, housing, security, information technology, building maintenance, and operations (e.g., payroll), which were deemed essential and to follow social distancing guidelines.
We will continue to have limited essential services on campus and the sites, including maintenance, information technology and security. And, student support services are still available to access remotely. I encourage you to continue to check out the resources and information posted to the www.LCCC.edu/COVID19 webpage. We have included a number of helpful hints on accessing mental health resources, how to download Adobe Creative Cloud, contact phone and emails for all the services normally offered on campus and more.
In addition, the portal includes additional resources on how to be successful learning (and teaching) online and remotely.
As you probably are aware, the May 13 Commencement ceremonies at the PPL Center will now take place on the Schnecksville campus in August. A team is working on plans for this, plus how to recognize our graduates in May, even without a traditional ceremony.
We are gearing up for the summer and fall semesters, and registration is proceeding normally for these. You can register now for the summer, and beginning March 30 all new and continuing students can register for the fall. Also, we’ve extended the payment deadline for summer to April 30.
Please let us know how we can help and continue to refer to the webpage for resources and updates.
Stay safe and well.
Dr. Ann D. Bieber