ESCC is excited to have more students on campus this fall News
“Since the onset of this pandemic, we have made sure to remain focused on both the quality of the education we provide and the safety of our students, faculty and staff, and we will continue to do so. as more and more students return to campus in the fall, ”said Vice President / Dean of Instruction Danny Long. “We have learned a lot during this time and are proud to have been able to meet the needs of our students and support them in new ways.
“Because of the dedication of our faculty and staff to serving our students, we are able to provide them with more unique and creative options that meet their diverse learning needs. Whether they prefer the hybrid format, traditional face-to-face instruction or an online course, we have options available that will meet the educational needs of each student. “
When courses moved online in March 2020, student support services also moved to an online format, including tutoring services offered through Boll Weevil Central. To meet technological needs, the college laptop loan program has provided students with laptops for their online classes. According to Dean of Students Kassie Mathis, these services will continue to be offered on campus and online.
“While the college is returning to more normal operations, we are aware that some students still need and prefer some of the new services that have been implemented in the wake of the pandemic,” Mathis said. “With that in mind, we will continue to do what is best for our students by providing in-person and online resources. Not only will our offices be open, but our students will also have access to online tutoring, the laptop loan program, and virtual appointments with faculty and staff. “