Tell the students that they need to stay home and avoid contact with other people. They should contact their medical provider, or call the 24-hour New Mexico Department of Health hotline at 1-855-600-3453. Reassure the student that they will be given an opportunity to make up missed work (Per your course outline.) and let them know that the SFCC Contact Tracing Nurse will be contacting them to help them return to campus /class as soon as possible. Please view SFCC’s Contact Tracing and Rapid Response Procedures and Call Tree on Page 6.
Canvas Hotline: 1-833-250-2079
Online Teaching and Learning: 505-428-1166 or email@example.com
Currently, food service is unavailable. Students are discouraged from eating on campus, but some areas are designated for eating:
Eating Areas on Campus
Students and employees are discouraged from eating on campus during Phases 1 and 2 of reopening. However if needed, students and employees are allowed to eat on campus only in the designated eating areas. The designated eating areas set up are designed to maintain 6-ft social distancing and the furniture in the areas must not be moved. If students or employees have decided to eat their meal on campus, they are encouraged to eat in their offices if possible or use the nearest available designated eating space. After students or employees finish their meals they are expected to either return to their classrooms / office spaces or leave the campus. No loitering on campus will be allowed. PLEASE SANITIZE YOUR EATING AREA BEFORE AND AFTER USE . Contact security (1224) if no cleaning supplies are available.
The following areas have been designated as authorized eating areas:
- Health Science student lounge and atrium by the bio-wall
- Study space outside of woodworking lab
- Study space outside of culinary lab
- Study space outside of the radio station
- Study space outside of media lab
- Campus center
- Atrium outside of student development office
- TATC: tables along the walls
- TATC entrance lounge (after 5 PM)
- Arts entrance
- Arts: tables by the photography lab
The SFCC Library is prepared to offer many of our services virtually. The library has created a webpage of SFCC library resources that may be especially helpful during this time: SFCC Library Coronavirus Dashboard. Check the Library website for ongoing services. Reach out to the library if you need assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-428-1352.