John A. College moving to online courses

John A. Logan College in Cartervile, IL (Source: KFVS)
John A. Logan College in Cartervile, IL (Source: KFVS)((Source: KFVS))
Published: Mar. 18, 2020 at 5:21 AM CDT
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CARTERVILLE, Ill. (KFVS) - John A. Logan College is taking more steps to keep students, faculty and staff safe.

The college announced that on March 23 all courses will be delivered online.

Students are urged to check their JALC email and D2L for information from their instructor.

Email and phone communication is strongly encouraged.

**LATEST UPDATE FOR STUDENTS** March 17, 2020 4:00 PM John A. Logan College continues to monitor the situation with...

Posted by John A. Logan College on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Effective March 17:

  • All adult education classes will be suspended through March 30
  • Logan Fitness Center will be closed until further notice. SIH walk-in clinic located in the CHEC building is open.
  • All community education classes will be canceled until the end of the spring 2020 semester.
  • Effective March 17 through April 30 all events scheduled at the College regardless of participant numbers will be canceled.
  • All workforce development classes and training will be suspended until further notice

President Dr. Ron House with John A. Logan College released a statement on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

House said that the college will be extending spring break until March 23.

The extension will allow faculty to move and prepare for all courses online.

Classes will resume online after the extended spring break.

All services and offices will remain open, including Logan Fitness.

College-related travel for faculty, staff, and students will be limited to within the College district.

The College and community events are being reviewed.

Students should monitor volmail and the College website for the latest updates

No cases of the virus have been found in southern Illinois and House said there are none at the college at this time.

House said college officials are tracking information on the virus by the hour.

They recommend student take precautionary measures associated with preventing the spread of any type of viral infection.

All official College communication relative to COVID-19 will be made through the College website.

Please access the CDC website to learn details pertaining to the precautionary measures.

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