MEDFORD, Ore. — Rogue Community College is finishing up the term as scheduled, but faculty are encouraged to hold remote tests. When in-person finals are necessary, classes are practicing social distancing.
After a two-week spring break, at this time, classes are expected to start back up April 6, with online classes for the first two weeks. In-person classes are scheduled to start April 20.
RCC spokesman Grant Walker released a statement saying, “This is a very fluid situation, and we are working tirelessly to provide students with the education and training they need. We are in daily contact with state officials at the Higher Education Coordinating Commission who work closely with the Governor’s office, and we are continually making adjustments and recommendations for operations based on their input. If circumstances change, Rogue Community College will adjust as needed.”
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