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THE COLLEGE IS OPERATING UNDER MODIFIED CONDITIONS.

The College sends notifications via email and through our VGAlerts system that sends out text messages and emails. Now is a great time to go to the VGAlerts webpage and make sure your notification settings are correct. Call the VGCC Hotline at 252-572-1736 to speak to a staff member if you have any questions or need assistance.

VGCC is committed to meeting the challenges associated with the Covid-19 Omicron variant in a responsible and responsive manner. Our first priority is for the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, while delivering a high quality learning experience.

Spring 2022 Campus Protocol – January 4, 2022

  • Persons exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms should not come to campus. Please utilize our remote services.
  • VGCC will continue to encourage social distancing – including classrooms and meeting areas. Class caps will remain low through the Fall semester in order to allow for social
    distancing as a precautionary measure.
  • Currently, the CDC guidelines say that asymptomatic (but positive-tested) infections must quarantine for 5 days. If the person is still asymptomatic after 5 days, they can return to work. If the person develops symptoms, they must quarantine for 10 days. Symptoms can include: fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nasal congestion or rhinorrhea, vomiting or diarrhea, and skin rashes.
  • The CDC Guidelines state that cloth masks alone are no longer sufficient for protection or the prevention of the spread of the Omicron variant. Therefore, the college is changing its masking policy effective 1/4/2022. While indoors and not in a private office, please wear either:
    • Surgical/Procedural mask
    • N95 or equivalent mask
    • Doubled (2) cloth masks

    Masks should be well-fitted with no gaps and worn over both the nose and mouth.

  • Masks are required for all persons while indoors, vaccinated or unvaccinated.*

* Those who cannot wear face masks due to medical or religious reasons should consult with the Student Engagement and Success Office or Human Resources (if employee) for further guidance and options.

If you have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19

Please follow the latest CDC guidelines for quarantine and notify your faculty (students) or Human Resources (employees)
CDC Guidelines for Quarantine (Opens in a new window)

Please note that there are different guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated exposures.

Civic Center and Outdoor Rental

  • Outdoor rental will follow pre-pandemic rules and regulations
  • Indoor rental will be allowed at a capacity which allows for a minimum of 6-foot social distancing between attendees/guest
  • Masks do not have to be worn outdoors
  • Masks must be worn at all indoor facilities
 

CARES Act Report

American Rescue Plan (ARP) – 1st Quarter 2022
CARES Act Report – October 2021
CARES Act Report 11-24-2020
CARES Act Report round 2
CARES Act Report 10-14-20
CARES Act Report 09-04-20
CARES Act Report 07-27-20
CARES Act Report 06-10-20
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HEERF Institutional Expenditure Reports

HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 03.31.22
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 12.30.21
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 09.30.21
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 06.30.21
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 03.31.21
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 12.31.20
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 09.30.20
HEERF Institutional Expenditures Report- 06.30.20
 

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