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  • PCC details fall semester plans

    PUEBLO – Pueblo Community College is adding a new option for students as the school solidifies its plans to resume face-to-face instruction this fall.

    President Patty Erjavec announced in May that the school intends to return to normal class operations on Aug. 17, barring any changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The college will utilize all forms of instruction – face to face, remote and online.

    All campuses will continue to follow the most up-to-date health and safety precautions recommended by public health officials. Students and employees on campus will be required to wear masks, get daily health screenings and practice social distancing. 

    “Our top priority always will be the safety of our employees and students,” said Erjavec.

    The college is offering students a new choice for many classes: PCC Flex. It will allow them to choose between attending class in person or live online. This option accommodates those who may not be ready to return to face-to-face classes, have family obligations, or are sick. Students can attend class on campus some days and online others, depending on their needs.

    “We pride ourselves on being a student-centric institution and the team here has made remarkable efforts to deliver on the PCC Promise as we maneuver through the COVID-19 pandemic,” Erjavec said. “PCC Flex is another example of our commitment to academic and student success.”  

    The fall semester will end on Dec. 12. Following Thanksgiving break (Nov. 23-27), most courses will be conducted remotely for the final two weeks of the term. Career and technical education classes that require hands-on instruction and labs – e.g., healthcare, welding, culinary arts and automotive service technology – will continue with on-campus instruction.

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    Founded in 1933, Pueblo Community College is a premier teaching institution focused on providing academic and service excellence to help its students acquire the 21st Century skills needed to better their lives. An educational and technological leader, PCC fosters economic development and utilizes strong partnerships in the communities it serves through its Pueblo, Fremont and Southwest campuses.