On May 11, 2023, the COVID-19 public health emergency is expected to expire. We have come a long way since the time of our total move to remote operations in March 2020. While we faced one of the most challenging public health emergencies in modern history, we demonstrated teamwork, resilience, and effective support for our students and staff. I thank the entire College Community for your patience, flexibility, and exceptional service during the crisis.
COVID-related signage throughout the college will now be removed; however, we encourage you to continue wearing a mask if immunocompromised or if you desire to wear one. Carroll Community College will no longer require reporting positive COVID tests. Although COVID-19 has not been eradicated, we can all work together to control its impact. Please remember our policy requires faculty, staff, and students to stay home if they test positive for COVID-19, have a fever over 100.4, or have symptoms of illness that are unexplained by allergies, etc. Please consult with your medical professional if you have questions.