COVID-19 self-assessment for MCC students and employees
All MCC students and employees must complete a daily health screening before entering campus. You can answer screening questions at an authorized campus entrance checkpoint or, to save time, you can complete the screening online (click on button above) or via the MCC mobile app.
The COVID-19 self-assessment is also available in the MCC mobile app. Download it for free. Search for “Monroe Community College” and look for the MCC black and gold shield.
Top 5 Things to Know: June 1 Update
- Thank you for taking summer classes at MCC! The following health and safety protocols are required and will protect you if you take in-person classes or use in-person services during Summer Session at MCC:
- take daily COVID-19 self-assessments before entering campus buildings
- wear face coverings
- socially distance
- frequently wash your hands
- If you are unable to participate in pooled testing 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Tuesday June 1 (the first day of Summer Session I), you must test next Monday, June 7 or Tuesday, June 8.
- During Summer Session, pooled testing sessions will be offered on Monday afternoons and Tuesday morning's at the Brighton Campus. (No appointments necessary.)
- While SUNY and MCC strongly encourage you to get vaccinated to protect yourself, your family, and our community, you are not required to be vaccinated at this time. (The requirement is contingent on final Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a COVID-19 vaccine.) Many vaccination sites offer walk-in services. Even after you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, you must continue to test and follow MCC health and safety guidelines.
- MCC will offer more in-person classes this fall. We will share our SUNY-approved Fall Semester 2021 plan soon.
COVID-19 Vaccines Info
While we strongly encourage you to consider getting a COVID-19 vaccination to protect yourself, your family and our community, SUNY and MCC do not require immunization. Even after you have received the vaccine, you will be expected to adhere to all health and safety protocols. Until further notice, weekly testing is still required following vaccination if you take in-person classes or use in-person services. MCC is not a vaccination site.
More information on vaccines and safety protocols can be found on the following websites:
New York State Travel Guidelines
For the latest New York state travel guidelines, visit the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory website.
SUNY COVID-19 Case Tracker
The SUNY COVID-19 Case Tracker provides you with up-to-date data on COVID-19 testing and other vital information for SUNY’s 64 colleges and universities, including MCC. You can view information on system-wide or campus-by-campus levels.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 should immediately contact Jackie Carson, RN, BSN, MCC Health Services, at (585) 292-2018 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your name and personal information will remain confidential. Positive test results are confirmed by the Monroe County Department of Public Health.
Employees who test positive for COVID-19 should contact Kristin Lowe, MCC Human Resources, at (585) 292-2048 or email@example.com.
Campus Population Density Remains Low
Do not come to campus unless you are taking a course or have an appointment to do so. Guests are not allowed on campus.
Each MCC campus/site has only one authorized entrance checkpoint through which to access MCC buildings.The Brighton Campus entrance is located at the first (ground) floor of the Spina Administration Building. Only individuals who complete a COVID-19 self-assessment, scan in with an MCC ID, and wear face covering will be allowed to enter.
Plans are subject to change due to new information, guidance and/or direction from New York state and Monroe County.
Operating Principles & Plans
- Student Experience Operating Principles
- Learning Experience Operating Principles
- Employee Experience Operating Principles
- Facilities/Operations Operating Principles
- Fiscal Stewardship Operating Principles
- Fall 2020 Departure Plan
- Winter/Spring Semester 2021 Plan
- What Students Should Know: COVID-19 and Returning to Campus (Spring 2021)
Face Coverings & Social Distancing Required on Campus
Wearing face coverings (masks) is an important part of reducing the spread of the coronavirus. Face coverings (masks) are required on campus (inside and outside) unless you are alone in an enclosed space such as an office with a closed door.
Campus Events: Reservation Process Suspended
Reservation processing for on-campus, internal events is suspended as per the Governor’s Higher Education Summary Guidelines. The Campus Events application process for external clients has also been suspended until further notice.
MCC Athletics Update
All MCC student-athletes must adhere to sport-specific guidelines and protocols developed collectively by the SUNY community colleges that are NJCAA members. The guidelines are informed by governing athletic associations and consistent with federal, state and local directives. Each college’s plans for returning to play or compete are dependent on local COVID-19 infection rates and their respective local health department’s approval.