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Naugatuck Valley Community College and the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, in coordination with the Governor's office, have provided the following guidance to take every precaution to mitigate any potential impact on our campuses:


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McNeil-Coates, Beth E
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COVID-19 update 3.25.20

My Dear NVCC Colleagues and Students,    

I am writing today to inform you that, because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and the transition to online education, all Connecticut community college students will have the option to convert any and all of the letter grades earned during the spring 2020 semester to credit/no credit grading – also known as pass/fail. Students will have until June 1, 2020 to make this decision. Opting for pass/fail will not impact a student’s GPA, and credits earned will be eligible for transfer to the state universities through the Transfer and Articulation Policy.   

Click here for the full procedures the college will use for the pass/fail system, as well as the form students should use to opt-in. Please take a moment to read it over. Note that students who choose to pursue the pass/fail option will need to fill out the form, obtain the electronic signature of their course instructor, and submit the form to the registrar’s office at records@nv.edu

Students with any questions about this process should contact Sarah Gager, Dean of Student Services, or Bonnie Goulet, Director of Student Development Services..

I know that transition to online-only education presents a number of challenges, and the credit/no credit option is an important step to give our students and employees some peace of mind during these turbulent times. 

Mil gracias y bendiciones,  

Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D.
President  
Naugatuck Valley Community College 

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Hand washing:

All students, faculty, and staff can help to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases by regularly washing hands for at least 20 seconds. To learn more about proper hand washing, visit the CDC’s website page When and How to Wash Your Hands (CDC)

Other Precautions To Take:

In addition to frequent hand washing there are many other steps you can take to help prevent the spread of disease. These steps include:

  • Refrain from shaking hands, hugging, or kissing as a means of greeting.
  • Do not share food or beverages.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
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  • Stay home when you are sick.
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  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
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