MCC Daily Tribune
College Closed - Holiday Break
As stated in my Tribune release of December 14, 2016, regarding the College closing for the Holidays, the safety and security of the College community and the public is of the utmost importance to us. The closing of the College is to ensure the College is protected against liability in the event of injury or death to anyone on the premises during periods when the College is closed.
It is our desire that all of our employees, with the exception of public safety and facilities limited staffing, will be able to enjoy the holidays and spend quality time with family and friends. To remain open during these periods would certainly place a burden on a larger number of employees for ensuring the safety and security of others. As such, no activities or events are to take place during the time period of Sunday, December 24 through Monday, January 1. Public Safety staff have been instructed not to unlock doors or permit access to any building or office.
As a reminder this year, it is only the holiday period of December 24 through January 1 that the campuses are locked down and individuals are denied access. During the other holidays when the College is closed, limited access is provided to our faculty and staff.
CFO and Vice President, Administrative Services