March 12, 2020 – In order to ensure the health and well-being of students, faculty, and staff, along with the larger community we serve, Camden County College will temporarily move classes to remote instruction until further notice.
Classes will be suspended at 2pm on Saturday, March 14 for student Spring Break, which has been extended through March 29 to facilitate the transition to virtual instruction. When classes resume on Monday, March 30, students will attend classes remotely.
“Camden County College will continue to provide essential student services including registration, computer labs, and tutoring,” said Don Borden, President of Camden County College. “The College has been preparing for the impact of the COVID-19 for several weeks, and will use the extended break to finalize our increased webinar and distance learning capabilities to meet the needs of the College community.”
Students will be notified how to access their classes by their instructors. Accommodations will be made for students without access to a computer or the internet.
Utilizing remote instruction for classes allows the College to balance the need for continuation of essential services with the health of the College community. The move also follows guidelines established for social distancing by decreasing the population on our campuses and instructional locations.
Camden County College encourages students, faculty, and staff to avoid unnecessary travel, especially to areas with high concentrations of COVID-19 reports, and to continue healthy best practices such as handwashing and social distancing. All College-related travel has been canceled.