Classes will be held ONLINE until March 30th due to the Coronavirus.

Please check your email, moodle, and other student portals for information from your instructors about how we will be making this transition. This was not an easy decision and will require effort by all parties to ensure that our transition to online learning is successful. Please contact instructors with questions about how they will be proceeding with their classes, as each instructor may have different expectations. Please use this as an opportunity to stay home, stay healthy, and make use of your time to catch up on work for your classes!

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What Mayland is Doing in Response to COVID19

In addition to normal and routine cleaning procedures, extra measures are in place to sanitize door handles, bathrooms, and other high traffic areas multiple times per day.

We are asking students, faculty, and staff with ANY symptoms of this virus or any other sickness to please stay at home. Be considerate of others and keep yourself from spreading germs by remaining at home. Avoid contact with others by means of social distancing and self-quarantine.

We have updated our policies on attendance and other things that will allow students more flexibility with attendance and absences in order to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible while we deal with this pandemic.

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Mayland Community Colleges is taking all necessary precautions to protect our students, staff, and faculty from the pandemic outbreak of COVID19 (coronavirus). Our decisions will be made as receive further instruction from National and State agencies regarding the virus and how we should proceed. We encourage all students, faculty, staff, and community members to use their best judgement during this time. If you don’t feel well or are showing any symptoms, please stay home!

What YOU Can Do



Wash your hands for 20 seconds frequently and use good hygiene habits!

Take this seriously!

Take this virus seriously! Please think about your health and the health of those around you before making decisions.

Be Alert of Schedule Changes in Classes

Please check with your instructor to see what their policies are for this and how they will be handling their classes. Individual instructors may have different methods and policies, so please be aware that this may change how your classes will meet and the nature of your instruction from here on out.

Students Without Internet

We fully realize that the transition to online classes will present a challenge to some of our students may not readily have access to technology or internet. However, there are some options that will allow these students to access to technology and internet.


One option is our learning labs. We will have scheduled hours at all three campuses that our computer and learning labs will be open for student use. This will allow computer and internet access for those who may not otherwise have it.


Another option for students with a computer at home but no internet access is working with a company, for example, Charter/Spectrum, who is offering two months of free internet to college students who don’t have it. There is a toll free number to call. Comcast is doing the same for low-income families. We’ll put together a full list of such resources and share them with you as soon as possible.


Additional Resources for News/Updates

The best way to stay healthy is to listen to the updates of reputable news outlets and sources. Here is a list of websites that will be sources for current and truthful information.

Know the Symptoms

Know the Symptoms

Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.

The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.*

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

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