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COVID-19: CNC cancelling most face-to-face classes

The College of New Caledonia will be cancelling most face-to-face classes to minimize impacts from COVID-19 at its campuses.  

The week of March 16 will be one of transition for CNC, allowing faculty, operational staff and leadership time to implement alternate forms of program delivery as well as determine how best to continue providing other services.

Most face-to-face classes will be suspended from Wednesday, March 18 through Friday, March 20, to allow instructors to complete transition to alternative delivery methods.

 “Our campuses will remain open and services will continue to be provided, modified and reviewed as necessary while this situation continues to evolve,” said CNC President Dennis Johnson, in a news release. “Online and alternate delivery will be adopted where practical, but this strategy is intended to support social distancing and lower on-campus density. During this time of transition our principle focus at CNC continues to be on the health and safety of our students and employees.”

For the latest information regarding British Columbia, please visit the BCCDC website. Please continue to visitCNC.BC.CA/COVID for updates.

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