Cape Cod Community College (CCCC) remains committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment. To help prevent inadvertent asymptomatic spread of coronavirus among our community, any individual who enters the CCCC main campus or other learning sites, including the Aviation Center at the Plymouth Municipal Airport, the Hyannis Center, or the Funeral Service program at Bridgewater, must wear a face mask that covers both the nose and mouth at all times while indoors, including all classrooms, labs, and clinical sites as well as maintain three feet distancing. The College remains committed to following the CDC guidelines.
By choosing to return to the College, students commit to following the College’s masking and distancing requirement and protocols.
If a student unintentionally, violates the mask or distancing requirements, they will be reminded, with no further corrective action. Students who do not comply with the College’s masking and distancing requirements should consider changing to online or remote course sections and use remote formats to access student services. Non-compliance may result in disciplinary action under the Student Code of Conduct.
Failure to comply with masking and distancing requirements and protocols:
Disrupting or interfering in the educational process in a class (or clinical site) is prohibited under the Student Code of Conduct. If a student engages in disruptive conduct a faculty member or other College employee may address and resolve the matter informally without filing a complaint under the Code, including temporarily removing the disruptive student from a class (or clinical site). Repeated or egregious disregard for these requirements will result in referral to the Student Code of Conduct Officer for corrective action.
Guests who fail to observe this requirement will be asked to leave campus.
Adequate Social Distancing
Individuals do not need to wear face coverings in the following situations:
In certain circumstances, CCCC may grant an exception to wearing a mask on campus, but this does not apply to social distancing. This includes those who have a health condition for whom a mask would pose a danger.
Documentation of Verified Mask Exemption:
An O’Neill Center designee(s) will forward an email to the Dean of Retention and Completion including the names of students given mask exemptions. The Dean or designee will forward an electronic mask exemption document to show to college personnel if requested. The reason for exemption will not be included in the document and college personnel are not to request reasons.