CWC spring break remains as scheduled

by | Mar 12, 2020 6:01PM

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Central Wyoming College (CWC) President Brad Tyndall released an update this evening sharing the college’s response to the growing COVID-19 concern.

Tyndall shares the CWC spring break will remain the same, Saturday, March 14 – Sunday, March 22, 2020, and students should expect to return to classes on March 23. Student housing will also remain open for the on-campus students.

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The entire college community should monitor college communications while away to stay informed should this decision be changed. Any changes to the Spring Break schedule will be sent to you as a RustlerAlert.

Except for classes over the break, the college will remain open as scheduled. All employees should seek advice from their supervisor for any unique or special circumstances. Human Resources is available to assist as well.

All college travel has canceled to any area where a state of emergency has been declared, and ​any college community member traveling internationally to a Warning Level 3 country (China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, and ​many other European countries​ at this time) should stay away from campus, and self-monitor/self-isolate for 14 days following their return.

The full update from Tyndall can be viewed here: President’s Update on COVID-19

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