JAMESTOWN – In person instruction at SUNY JCC starts this week.
Jamestown Community College officials say students arriving on campus must first check-in part of their COVID-19 screening process.
The first day of classes are scheduled to begin on Monday, with safety measures like mask wearing, social distancing floor markers, and sanitation stations in place.
Students additionally had to take a online COVID-19 training before returning in-person.
Those arriving from outside of the area were also required to quarantine prior to starting class.
In addition to their main campus in Jamestown, the college also has two satellite locations in Dunkirk and Olean.
For more on the reopening, visit sunyjcc.edu/returntocampus.