Campus Guidelines

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Faculty/Staff/Current Students 

If you are a student, faculty or staff member entering an NCC campus, you’ll need to continue to follow all the health and safety guidelines put into place last fall to reduce the spread of the COVID virus: 

  1. Complete the online health check in the NCCGo app, once cleared (via green check mark shown in the app), you may proceed to campus 
  2. Display your NCC ID at all times** 
  3. Wear an appropriately fitted mask at all times  
  4. Adhere to social distancing guidelines  

NCC will continue to provide access to hand sanitizers throughout college facilities and will clean and sanitize college classrooms, office spaces, restrooms, facilities and common spaces on a daily basis. 

**For those who lose or forget their NCC ID, a new process has been put into place. Before entering campus, you must first report to a designated welcome table at the Enrollment Center or College Center in Bethlehem and Keystone Hall in Monroe. At that table, you will complete the health check in the NCCGo mobile app, and have your temperature taken. If you complete both those steps successfully, you will be given a wrist band that allows you access to campus for that day. 

Prospective Students

For prospective students who want to visit the Bethlehem or Monroe campuses, they will continue to first report to a welcome table at the Enrollment Center or College Center in Bethlehem and Keystone Hall in Monroe. At that table, they will need to complete the follow steps: 

  1. Complete the NCCGo App Health Check
    At the Enrollment Center a staff member will assist prospective students in completing the NCCGo App Health Check. 
  2. Temperature Check
    When a prospective student receives a “Green Check Mark” in the NCCGo Health Screening, they will then get their temperature checked by a staff member. If a prospective student has a temperature of 100.4, or higher, they will be denied access to campus. 
  3. Wristband
    Once a prospective student has cleared the health screening and temperature check, they will receive a wristband that will grant them access to campus for the day. Wristbands are good for that day only.