Message from the Chancellor: NCCU's Operations, Recovery and Continuity Plan

Posted June 16, 2020, 12:25PM

June 15, 2020

Dear NCCU Students, Faculty and Staff:

I hope this message finds each of you safe and in good health. NCCU’s Operations, Recovery and Continuity Task Force has worked diligently over the past several months to develop a comprehensive plan that is now available online. The plan includes information on our health and safety standards, human resources measures, reopening our research facilities, continuity of instruction, and schedule for student move-ins.

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety has prepared a training document to support personnel as we return to campus. Two virtual town halls will be held this week focused on health and safety protocols: one will be hosted by the Division of Academic Affairs in collaboration with our Faculty Senate, and the other will be led by our Staff Senate. Details will follow in a separate correspondence.

We will update the COVID-19 website with new guidance: https://www.nccu.edu/coronavirus. 

Please continue to adhere to guidelines and orders set by State of North Carolina, as well as local and county officials.

In Truth and Service,

Johnson O. Akinleye, Chancellor

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