RANDOLPH, NJ – Operating with substantial caution to protect the health of its students, employees and the greater community from the spread of COVID-19, County College of Morris (CCM) will be closing its campus in conjunction with its Spring Break, which begins Monday, March 16.
The closing will allow for a thorough deep cleaning and sanitization process to take place on campus, in addition to the cautionary cleaning measures that have already been implemented.
Normal campus activities, including office hours and operations, will be suspended during Spring Break, which ends Sunday, March 22. Classes offered off-campus, however, will continue as scheduled.
To prioritize the needs of its students and faculty, the CCM library has been closed to the general public since Wednesday, March 11, and will remain so until further notice.
During Spring Break, individuals can continue to apply to the college, submit financial aid applications and register for classes online on the CCM website at www.ccm.edu/.
“We have not had any reported cases of COVID-19 at CCM, but believe that by taking significant precautions, such as closing the campus during this time, we can help to minimize the potential impact of COVID-19 for the entire campus community,” said Dr. Anthony J. Iacono, president of CCM.
Many of the events that were scheduled to take place at CCM this spring have been canceled, postponed or modified. For a list of those events and their status, go to www.ccm.edu/covid-19-information-center/eventsspring20/.
Updates regarding the campus closure will be provided at www.ccm.edu. Should an extended closure become necessary, that information will be posted there.
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