“The Tri-C community has done an outstanding job following
protocols to prevent the spread of the virus and keep our
campuses safe,” Tri-C President Alex Johnson said. “These
additional measures for fall and spring semester will further
reduce potential exposures, particularly after the upcoming
holidays. The safety of Tri-C students and employees is my top
Changes start with the final weeks of the Fall 2020 semester,
when on-site student services and administrative operations will
shift to remote operation from Thanksgiving through Wednesday,
Dec. 9. This will create a two-week window after holiday
gatherings before a return to campus.
The same two-week remote period will follow winter break, with
on-site services resuming on Jan. 14, 2021 followed by the start
of Spring 2021 semester classes on Jan. 19.
Other significant modifications to the spring calendar include
the cancellation of spring break and the semester ending one
week earlier than initially planned.
Visit tri-c.edu/coronavirus for
a full list of changes shared with the College community and the
most up-to-date information on the College’s pandemic response.
Additional adjustments may be made going forward depending on
COVID-19 case counts and risk levels. College officials continue
to monitor the situation and work with state and county
officials to determine the safest path forward.
“We appreciate everyone’s patience as we determine the best
solutions for meeting challenges brought on by COVID-19,”
Johnson said. “These are uncertain times, but we are moving
forward with confidence in our mission to serve our students and