The spread of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) continues to create uncertainty and concern, both globally and here in our community. Illinois Central College continues to monitor developments and take actions that are warranted as new information emerges in this rapidly changing situation. The College is constantly observing guidance from local, state and national public health officials on taking necessary precautions and sharing critical new information. The plan at ICC seeks to protect the safety and health of the students and campus community, as well as to ensure continuity of academic and business operations.
The current status for Illinois Central College is as follows:
- The College continues to operate and is converting to a virtual delivery mode for our courses, services and operations through the end of the semester.
- ICC is currently in a two-week spring break period which allows planning for the conversion of classes to online delivery modalities and to maximize distance service delivery and the number of employees who can work remotely.
- Courses resume on Monday, March 30 in an online format. No in-person class meetings, laboratory sessions or other faculty and student interactions will take place on campus. Students will receive communication from their instructors on how to proceed.
- All ICC campuses are closed to the public for the remainder of the semester.
Please visit icc.edu/coronavirus to remain up to date on the latest ICC decisions regarding COVID-19 moving forward.