Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

SCTCC is closely monitoring the developing situation related to COVID-19 and are committed to taking steps necessary to protect the health and safety of our faculty, our staff, and our students.

Classes that shifted to online learning or were online to begin with will resume March 30. All face-to-face classes scheduled to start March 30 are suspended through April 10. Please watch for more information on face-to-face classes.

Governor Walz announced an official “stay at home” order for all Minnesota residents, which will be in place March 27-April 10. SCTCC and all Minnesota State colleges and universities are considered essential, and SCTCC will be open Monday-Friday until 5 p.m. The 1-405 Computer lab will be open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to students who don’t have any other access to computers or internet.

Students should watch their email for updates to how their classes will be delivered and contact their instructors for questions specific to their classes.

  • Help is available remotely and by phone at 320-308-5000
  • We encourage you to take advantage of our services remotely whenever possible

The 2020 Job Fair and in-person Commencement Ceremony are cancelled. See the updates for more information on Commencement.

Contact Us

Chris Loos, Director of Safety
320-493-5822  |  PandemicStudents@sctcc.edu

Deb Holstad, Human Resources Director
320-493-4897  |  PandemicStaff@sctcc.edu

Students should watch their email for updates and instructions from their instructors to learn about how their classes may be adjusted for the remainder of the semester.

If you have specific questions regarding your classes, please contact your dean:

Liberal Arts:
Melissa Lindsey • 320-0308-5377
Business, IT, & Education:
Sally Dufner • 320-308-5538
Health Sciences:
Bob Muster • 320-308-5156
Trades & Industry:
Mike Mendez • 320-308-5353

Sign up for Star Alert

Star Alert is a free SCTCC emergency notification system that makes it possible for students and employees to receive notices of campus-related emergencies via text, email, and voice alerts.

You can opt in for text messages through eServices. If your phone number is in our records, will automatically be imported into StarAlerts.

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