All campus events scheduled between March 14 and April 5 are canceled (no matter the size), including those sponsored by external clients. Planning is underway to ensure that graduates receive the recognition they deserve in addition to the diploma they have earned. 1-650-479-3208 Call-in toll number (US/Canada). Use the Library catalog to find eBooks, eJournals, and streaming video. When it’s time, join your Webex meeting here, Tap to call in from a mobile device (attendees only)  Do not go to work, school or public areas. For more information, view MCC’s Counseling page at How to contact tech support to continue your studies online. Bookstore gift card will be issued to students if they are selling their spring and/or summer books. Research guides are also a good starting place. A significant portion of this funding will be reserved to provide students with grants to help cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19. In the event that one or more of your classes cannot completed online, we will reach out to you directly.. Veterans, please note: If any of your classes do get cancelled, please contact School Certifying Official  Michelle LaBelle immediately. All other on-ground/skills-based courses should be scheduled for the hands-on components/ lab classes after August 1, including hands-on laboratory courses that were not completed in the spring. Anger erupts in the US over a decision not to charge police who shot dead a black woman in her home. More than half (57%) believed the return of students would result in extra restrictions. Even while practicing social distancing, a number of free services are available online to help you manage the stress of this pandemic, including exercise, yoga and meditation classes. The campus will remain open for day-to-day functions, and all staff will be on campus to provide assistance as scheduled. News regarding the public health situation in Connecticut is changing frequently; continue to check Blackboard, your MCC email and this page for updates. Stigma affects the emotional or mental health of stigmatized groups and the communities they live in. Most people with the illness report symptoms similar to the flu, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Real Estate:  P&P class taught by Marie Villar will be on break until 4/5. As you have no doubt heard, the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is spreading globally and has now been designated as a pandemic by the World Health Organization. If you are in crisis and don’t know how to address basic needs issues please contact T.J. Barber at either or 860-512-3282 and leave a message that will be delivered via email. For students who don’t have access to the internet, computer labs will remain open during normal business hours for use in the B Wing of the LRC Building. The warning comes from five universities across the region. The deadline for scholarship applications has been extended to Friday, April 17. Read about our approach to external linking. From your MCC student email, please send your tutoring request to and include the following: Name The Academic Support Center will continue to connect students to tutors remotely using telephone, email, video conference, and other technologies. The Manchester Community College Foundation is currently accepting applications for  scholarships for college, high school and continuing students. "This September, though, is like no other, not just for our students, but also for the communities in which they live and study. "Please, stick with it and play your part in getting this virus under control," said Mr Hancock as he announced new restrictions on Bolton. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. This information was updated on April 22, 2020. All institutionally sponsored out-of-state travel has been frozen until further notice.