SLCC’s Coronavirus Response
St. Louis Christian College is monitoring the developments surrounding the coronavirus and we are being proactive in following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC – cdc.gov). The College has already taken the following actions:
- Installed hand cleaning disinfectant stations all over campus
- Restrooms now include disinfecting wipes
- “Stop the Spread of Germs” flyer has been posted all over campus
- Week of Service trips toboth Philadelphia, PA and Florida have been cancelled
- Week of Service requirements have been cancelled and all residential students have been encouraged to return home for the week of March 16-20, so that cleaning crews can thoroughly disinfect areas of the campus
- Classes for the week of March 16-20 are cancelled (with exception to Tuesday evening)
- All residential students with flu symptoms have been required to go through Urgent Care nad have been self-quarantined in their dorm room
- Students are being told that if they develop even a mild cough or low-grade fever, they should stay home or self-quarantine
- Instructors and students are being told to try to adhere to CDC recommendations avoiding close contact with others (6 feet)
Please join us in encouraging responsible social behavior and hygiene practices.
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