SUNY JCC Looks To Resume In-Person Classes This Fall

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JAMESTOWN – SUNY JCC plans to resume in-person classes this fall.

The college’s President announced the news on Wednesday, citing positive momentum with the COVID-19 vaccine becoming more widely available to the general public.










As part of the reopening plan, all residence halls will be accepting students. The college says they also aim to resume athletic events, club activities, and academic out-of-class experiences in accordance with the health and safety protocols.

The plan is contingent on health and safety protocols set forth by the SUNY system and local, state and federal health recommendations.





SUNY JCC shifted to remote operations in March 2020 and began the current academic year in August using a flexible instructional format that has included online, hybrid, and in-person courses.

 



















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