Montcalm Community College responds to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
The safety and well-being of our students, staff and visitors is of the utmost importance at all times. Therefore, MCC will finish the remainder of its spring semester course instruction online. The college's campuses are currently closed and hope to reopen on April 14. Please watch for updates.
With the COVID-19 virus picking up momentum, our Executive Team and Crisis Management Team are continuing to monitor the situation and make decisions based on recommendations from health and legislative officials.
Montcalm Community College Community Updates
Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Revised April 1,2020
MCC’s classes will continue online through the end of spring semester
Montcalm Community College’s Executive Team members have decided that all spring classes will continue in the online format until the end of spring semester on May 1.
Students should continue to look for course updates from your instructors in Canvas. If you are in a course that requires lab time, you will receive updates directly from your instructor on options for completion. In addition, the college will continue to deliver support services through online methods to the extent possible. Those options are outlined below.
MCC’s campuses continue to be closed. We originally planned to reopen facilities on Tuesday, April 14; however, the college’s Executive Team will be reevaluating this and more information will be sent to you next week.
Recreation facilities are closed
The college’s recreation facilities, including its pool, gym, fitness center, as well as its food service provider, the Woodside Café, are closed until further notice.
Cancellation of events
All MCC-sponsored events have been canceled or postponed until further notice. Visit www.montcalm.edu/events for details.
Library operations cease
The MCC Library has ceased regular operations but continues to be staffed for online and telephone consultations. In addition, staff will be checking in people for their appointments with the Writing Center and Math Center. Call the library at (989) 32801261 for more information.
United Way 2-1-1
Need help with food, shelter or utilities during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Call 2-1-1. United Way 2-1-1 offers confidential, free assistance with social and community services including: Housing and utility services; food pantries; fraud and identity protection; disaster relief; tax preparation; veterans services; counseling services; childcare; alcohol treatment; job assistance; legal services; healthcare; credit counseling; and more. It is available to all Michigan residents. To access it, simply dial 2-1-1.
If you are homeless or in need of assistance, please contact MCC’s counseling office by calling 989-328-1264 or stop by MCC’s Student Success Center, located in room D318 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building in Sidney. You can also contact local resources directly. These include:
- RAVE, domestic violence shelter in Ionia – 1-800-720-7233
- Straight Street, addiction recovery facility in Greenville – 616-754-7951
- Randy’s House, addiction recovery facilities in Greenville – 616-498-4608
- EightCAP, housing assessment resource agency in Greenville and Ionia – 616-754-9315
- Have Mercy, homeless services provider/interim housing facilities in Greenville – 616-225-8055