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  • Guidelines for Returning to PCC

  • We are excited to welcome you back to campus, but we want to do it safely. This is your hub for important dates, new procedures, and resources to help us all transition back to college life.

  • What to Expect Your First Day of Class

    Here’s what you can expect so you are prepared and ready to start a successful fall semester. For the fall term, D2L – our online learning platform designed to create a single place for instructors and students to interact – will be open to students on Aug. 10. Faculty will post announcements so students can begin to check D2L for updates at that time. 

    Pueblo Campus

    • All Pueblo Arts and Sciences (except science labs), Computer Information Systems, and Business and Accounting courses will meet virtually for the first day of class.  Make sure to be logged in and ready at your regularly scheduled class time.  You can find the link to your class for the first day in D2L.
    • All Allied Health, Nursing, Law Enforcement, Cosmetology, Manufacturing, Automotive and Culinary courses will meet as scheduled – on campus, and face-to-face and/or virtually.* 

    Fremont Campus

    • Biology and Nursing students should check their D2L the weekend before classes begin as instructors will post instructions for the first day of each class.  All other Fremont classes will meet face to face as scheduled (you may join remotely if desired). If you have any questions, please contact the Fremont Campus Go!Zone at 719-296-6101 for clarification.  

    Southwest Campus

    • All Southwest students should check their D2L starting Monday, August 10th as instructors will post information regarding the first day of each class.  If you have any questions, please contact the site/campus where you are attending class. Durango Site 970-385-2020, Bayfield Site 970-385-2098 and Mancos Campus 970-564-6201 for clarification.


    *To affirm how your classes will be facilitated on the first day and for the semester, view the PCC Fall Semester Course Guide.

  • Communication is key

    We'll be keeping you in the loop using:

    • Email - Please make sure you are checking this regularly for updates, answers to your questions, and more.  You should also make sure your  contact info is up to date.  
    • Signage - Our campus signs will be displaying brief updates as well as providing info on social distancing, masks, cleaning and hygiene techniques. Heavily trafficked spaces will have floor decals to help direct people.
    • Web - Check this page regularly for more updates, policies, and guidance.
    • Social Media - We will be providing updates on our channels and President Erjavec will host Facebook Live sessions each Thursday at 10am.

    Masks are required on campus


    Facial Coverings and Social Distancing Guidance

    All members and guests of the Pueblo Community College community who are on college property are required to maintain social distancing of six feet apart and wear a face covering over their nose and mouth. This includes any indoor space on campus, including lobbies, hallways, bathrooms, break rooms, and any open office space with multiple workstations, if there are other individuals present. Face coverings are also required in any outdoor space on campus where there is a potential to encounter another individual and social distancing cannot be maintained. 

  • CampusClear Animation GraphicCampusClear App

    Each day before you arrive on campus, please do a self-screening survey through the CampusClear app (also available through a web browser) and report whether you have any symptoms of COVID-19. Please do not come to the college if you have symptoms. We want to keep our Panther family as safe as we can and stop the spread of infection. 

  • Cleaning Practices

    For added protection, increased cleaning will be focused on high-touch surfaces throughout the campuses including: restrooms, classrooms, commons spaces, door knobs, handrails, classroom lab computers, keyboards/mice, phones and student work surfaces on an increased frequency throughout the day with the use of electrostatic disinfectant spray system along with restroom pressurized cleaning equipment.  

    Regular hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of germs. Wellness stations with hand sanitizers and free masks are located throughout the college for your convenience. 

  • Student Services

    • Student Services will continue to offer services virtually and face-to-face.
    • Bookstore (Pueblo Campus): Will open August 10th, Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm, and Saturday, August 15th from 10am – 12pm. 
    • Recreation Center will be open under Phase 1 August 24, 2020 to a limited number of students, faculty and staff. 
    • The Panther Pantry will resume normal operating hours in a modified format. 
    • Health Clinic: 8am – 4pm, Monday – Friday.
      Healthcare: Patient has option for a telehealth visit or a WebEx appointment
      Mental Health: Telehealth only visits
      For our students enrolled in health programs: The PCC Health Clinic can transcribe immunization records and help provide resource information for any immunizations, titers and/or TB tests you may need. Please contact the PCC Health Clinic at 719-549-3315. 
  • PCC Panther wearing a maskProtect the Panther

    We are focused on providing the same level of educational services as in the past with an enhanced focus on health and safety. PCC will accomplish this with kindness, respect and cooperation.