Resources & Info for Spring 2022 Students
Here are some important links for all Golden Eagles joining us this spring!
Feather River College continues to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, California Department of Public Health, and work closely with Plumas County Public Health Agency and Plumas District Hospital to monitor developments regarding the spread of COVID.
In accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines, several measures have been put into place to protect the health and safety of the campus community, including:
- Encouraging all eligible students and employees to get vaccinated. Vaccine Clinics are offered on campus and information is provided regarding vaccine locations in the community.
- All student and visitors on campus are required to wear a face coverings when indoors, regardless of vaccination status (subject to change when Plumas County is not experiencing high-transmission).
- All employees must wear face coverings indoors regardless of vaccination status.
- Accomodations from wearing a mask:
- Students seeking an accomodation for the mask requirements may contact Sarah Dimick with the Disability Support Program. email@example.com.
- Employees seeking accomodation for the mask requirements may contact their supervisor or David Burris in Human Resources. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Maximizing the quantity of outside air provided in buildings.
- Providing hand sanitation stations across campus facilities and sanitizer in classrooms.
- Cleaning all District facilities in accordance with the CDC guidelines with a focus on contact surfaces.
- In the event of an exposure, all contaminated areas will be thoroughly steam cleaned with disinfectant.
- Providing personal protective equipment (PPE) including face coverings.
- Providing on-site self-administered tests for students and employees and referrals to Plumas District Hospital for testing.
- Encouraging employees to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds each time.
- Providing information and resources about strategies to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19 to the campus community.
No, you are following guidelines from numerous health experts and state/local Public Health Agencies. Please do NOT come to campus if you are experiencing COVID symptoms.
Students should notify their instructor if they will miss class and contact the office of Student Services if they test positive or were contacted by Public Health due to being a "close contact" to a positive case.
Employees should notify their supervisor if they will miss work and the Human Resources office if they test positive or were contacted by Public Health due to being a "close contact" to a positive case.
Times of uncertainty may cause increased levels of anxiety and stress. For 24/7 support, individuals can utilize our new TimelyCare Telehealth services available through our Mental Health & Wellness Center. Students are also encouraged to schedule and appointment with our on-campus counselor.
You can also text COURAGE to 741741, or the 24 Hr. crisis line at (530)283-4333. Check out our FRC Mental Health & Wellness Center website for our full list of services.
You can always access Canvas through our homepage of the FRC website by clicking on the Canvas icon. If you need further online learning support, please visit our Student Support for Online Learning webpage to browse all of our resources for students.
Stay home! Do not have close contact with others without wearing a face covering and maintaining distance.
Contact your healthcare provider or Plumas District Hospital (if local) to schedule a COVID test.
If you are going to miss class, notify your instructor. If you are going to miss work, notify your supervisor.
See I am sick, will I get in trouble for not coming to class or work question above.
According to the CDC, getting vaccinated prevents severe illness, hospitalizations, and death. Unvaccinated people may choose to get vaccinated and should continue masking until they are fully vaccinated and in accordance with campus regulations (currently requiring universal masking). With the Delta variant, masking and vaccinations are more urgent than ever. CDC has updated guidance for fully vaccinated people based on new evidence on the Delta variant. Please contact your health care provider for specific, personal needs.
- Wear a face covering when indoors and if you must be in a crowded outdoor setting.
- Stay home if you are experiencing symptoms.
- Get tested.
- Practice good hygeine. Wash your hands regularly and keep your fingers out of your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Maintain social distance and avoid crowded areas.
Please refer to public health departments or Center for Disease Control sites listed below for current information about COVID-19 and the vaccinations available:
Plumas County Department of Health Services: https://www.plumascounty.us/91/Public-Health-Agency
California Department of Public Health: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/nCOV2019.aspx
Centers for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
FRC has partnered with Regroup for emergency notifications. Enrolled students & staff are automatically added to Regroup for notifications. Please visit our Student Safety webpage for more details on this important service and learn how to manage your account.
All Student Services are open and available! Most services can be accessed in person or virtually. This includes Financial Aid, Advising, Library Services, Mental Health & Wellness Center, Food Services and more! Check out our Student Services webpage for a complete list of Student Services available.
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