Santa Rosa Junior College will offer 806 body parts this winter 2021 semester after offering about 100 in the spring.
The remaining 1,635 episodes will be held online, with some mandatory similar magnification sessions and others going on individually.
Classes begin August 17. See details Required deadlines And the Class schedule For more information.
SRJC published a list Planning To return safely to campus during the epidemic. Most student services will continue to operate remotely or on campus.
Although CVD-19 vaccines are strongly recommended, they are not required for students, teachers or staff. Students can make an appointment with Student Health Center To receive a free vaccine.
Physical classes include classes in health sciences and public safety, classes taught at the time of the outbreak, and a wide range of classes listed at the nearest college. Press release:
“Arts, History, English, Mathematics, Vocational Education, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Communications, Cooking, Biology Science, Anatomy, Physiology, Justice Administration, Microbiology, Chemistry, Music, Theater Arts, Physics, Florists, Gardening, Car Technology, Machine Technology, Welding, Advice, Arts / Dance, Astronomy, Anthropology, Animal Health, Business Administration and Sociology.
“Seats are widely available and our interests are ready to meet students in the best way possible,” said Dr. Jane Saldasa-Taley, vice president of academic affairs.
Other COVID-19 safety plans include mandatory indoor masks regardless of immunization status, daily signage tests, limited individual room sizes, frequent contamination of common areas, and improved air filtration.
According to Dr. Chong, about 50 security guards, most of the students, help guide people to new building protocols, for example, before entering a building to search for connections and check for symptoms.
“We are trying to create a safe campus and we are doing everything we can to keep the disease control centers safe,” said Dr. Chong.
“People need to realize that we are more than Covi, but Cove is not against us. I thought we were at the end of the light cave; It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. ”
Dr. Chong urges students to be patient with the SRJC and encourages everyone to be kind.
Know that people in JCC are deeply concerned about providing educational opportunities, but we cannot be called COVID -proof. If they come to campus, it will be less than real. ” “The best way [to prevent that], Based on science, is getting vaccinated.
Students who take classes in person or online may be available Virtual Welcome Week August 12–23 Workshop on transfer, financial support, health services and how to get involved on campus. There will be a free food display at Shona Farm from 9–11 am to 23 August at the Santa Rosa Campus Emerald parking lot.