Questions about the information and policies on this page? Contact a member of the Cabinet, Jenny Dunn, or your supervisor.
Wednesday, August 5 – Monday, August 17: Staggered move-in for resident students
Wednesday, August 19: classes begin
Tuesday, November 24: on campus classes end. All students finish the last week of the semester and final exams online
Friday, December 4: last day of classes
Wednesday, December 9: last day of exams
COVID-19 Guidelines for Fall 2020
You’re a valued part of the SMC family! We want you to feel safe on campus this fall.
You’ll also play an important role in protecting yourself and others from COVID-19 as you come and go from campus.
To keep our campus open for everyone, all students, faculty and staff are required to follow Five Simple Rules. By doing these things each day, we can slow or prevent the spread of COVID-19.
FULL details: how we'll work together to prevent COVID-19 spread on campus
Keeping the campus community protected from COVID-19 will take all of us: students, staff and faculty. Here's the full plan for how SMC will work across the four major areas of protection - hygiene, masks, social distancing and health tracking - to slow or prevent a COVID-19 outbreak from closing campus this fall.
As Pioneers Together, we'll do what's needed to protect others.
As Pioneers, we're used to being tough and moving forward, no matter what. When it comes to COVID-19, it's tempting to tough it out and not worry about what could happen if you are exposed or feel sick.
But COVID-19 doesn't just affect us as individuals, it affects ALL of us. For that reason, we need to do things differently than we might normally.
All students, faculty and staff are required to quarantine or isolate if:
- You are exposed to COVID-19
- You test positive for COVID-19
- You have symptoms of COVID-19
Further, you are required to notify the College of a positive COVID-19 test via the Communicable Diseases policy (view below). Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
The information below will help you know what to do if COVID-19 affects you. We're in this together, and you won't be alone. Pioneers take care of Pioneers!