MACC President Dr. Jeff Lashley has provided an update on how fall classes will take place, with the biggest change impacting what are primarily lecture classes. Lashley says this is in response to the students’ desire to continue to have live interaction with faculty members.

Information is being sent to students that this is how these classes will start.

Masks or face coverings will be required on campus.

Campus locations will remain open, including the libraries and tutoring centers, and this will also give students an opportunity to use computer labs. Full online classes will also continue to be offered. Lashley says these decisions have been made after consulting with the health departments in each of the communities where there is an MACC campus.