Updates on the Spring 2021 Semester

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Happy 2021 UACCM Students:

I hope you and yours were able to enjoy some down time and likely much needed and deserved rest and relaxation over the holidays providing each of you with a sense of renewal as we look forward to the Spring 2021 semester.

As you know, we were hoping to have most of you back on campus this Spring. However, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in our region in recent weeks, it was determined the best plan for the majority was to mirror the instructional delivery from the Fall 2020 semester again for the Spring 2021 semester. Namely this involves the addition of the synchronous component to many classes. Please take a look at your schedule on Campus Connect to verify the delivery method available for each of your classes. 

I want to commend each of you for the phenomenal jobs you have done while furthering your education during such unprecedented times. Your dedication to your education could not be of greater importance as we face the future and you all look to continue your educations beyond UACCM or enter the workforce. With a full semester under our belts, UACCM is committed to continuing to provide a quality education to all students and make this semester great. 

Lastly, here is Version 5.0 of the Campus Covid Guidelines as adjusted for the Spring semester. Please continue to practice all hygiene protocol as well as wear your face coverings and social distance when possible.  We have done a great job on campus with no known transmitted cases occurring on campus, so let’s all do our best to keep it that way. For additional information, please continue to follow all UACCM social media channels.

Thank you all for choosing UACCM. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or comments as to how we may better serve you.

Sincerely,  

Lisa Willenberg

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