Important Information Regarding COVID-19 – CGCC

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Important Information Regarding COVID-19

Important Information Regarding COVID-19

To the CoGreene Community: We are working diligently to gather the most up-to-date information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and its affect on C-GCC. If your question is not answered below, please e-mail us at AskCoGreene@SUNYcgcc.edu.

Updated March 27, 2020

Are classes canceled for the rest of the semester?

No. Most classes will continue online on Monday, March 30. Check your College email and/or Blackboard for updates from your instructor. Non-credit classes have been canceled until further notice.

Will there be advising appointments for the Summer and Fall semesters?

Yes! C-GCC is currently offering advising-by-phone. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please e-mail your advisor.

Are Library services still available? 

Yes! Students can still access the C-GCC Library’s databases for their research needs. While the borrowing of physical books is unavailable, students may locate and use eBooks by searching Primo, the library’s online catalog. Librarians are also available via email to answer research questions and help with citing sources. When accessing digital subscriptions remotely, students will be prompted to type in their last name and last four digits of their student ID. To contact the Library, email reference@sunycgcc.edu or click here.  

I’m a C-GCC employee. Should I come to work?

At this time, all C-GCC employees should work remotely, unless specifically asked to report by a direct supervisor.

How are on-campus events affected?

Based on recommendations from SUNY and the Columbia and Greene County Departments of Health, all events at C-GCC have been canceled or indefinitely postponed.

What is the last day to withdraw from a course this semester?

The last day to withdraw from a Spring 2020 class has been extended to Tuesday, April 21, 2020. This is being done to account for the extended spring break and other factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students considering withdrawing from a course are strongly encouraged to consult with their advisors before making a final decision.

Will the semester end later than Monday, May 11, 2020, now that Spring Break has been extended?

No. At this time, C-GCC will not be extending the semester as a result of the extra week of Spring Break. This is subject to change.

How are admissions being handled?

Please e-mail admissions@sunycgcc.edu for more information.

How are non-credit courses affected?

All non-credit classes have been canceled until further notice. More information will be shared as it becomes available.

Has C-GCC’s Athletic Program been affected?

The Twins’ baseball and softball teams have suspended their 2020 seasons. More information will be posted as it becomes available at CGCCTwins.com.

How can I contact my instructors?

The majority of our instructors share syllabi that include contact information and office hours. Students may also visit the Faculty Directory at sunycgcc.edu/academics/facultydirectory/ to contact their professors.

Can I still access counseling services through the College?

Yes! C-GCC partners with the Columbia County Department of Health Services. Until further notice, the CCDHS will be offering its services via telephone, including 24-7 on-call service at 518.828.9446.

Please continue to monitor this page, email, and/or Blackboard for updates.

Thank you for your patience as C-GCC responds to this unprecedented and tumultuous situation.