Covid-19 Campus Community Information and SCC Keep Learning Student Resources

The wellbeing of our students, faculty, and staff is of the utmost importance. South Central College continues to work with the Minnesota State system, healthcare agencies, and others, to take the precautions necessary to protect the health and safety of all.

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Latest Updates

Summer Session

Classes, which began June 1 are entirely online.  

Fall Semester

Classes, which begin August 24, will be offered online, on-campus and in a combination of online and on-campus (hybrid) depending upon the program:

  • Classes with hands-on components will be able to be held completely on campus or with a combination of on campus and online instruction (hybrid).
  • Classes without hands-on components will be held online.

Coming on Campus

  • Call First: If you wish to visit South Central College for purposes other than taking an in-person class or utilizing the open computer lab, please call before coming on campus. If you are a current or new student, our student affairs team is ready to serve you via phone, email or virtual appointments via phone or online (Zoom). Reach out to them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 507-389-7200. 

  • Prepare before you to come back to campus: South Central College has created a Back-to-Campus Preparedness Plan. All students, employees and visitors are asked to review the plan and complete a COVID-19 Permission to be on Camus Form before coming back to campus for the first time
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  • Protect yourself and others whenever you are on campus: Each day you come to campus, whether it be for class, work or another purpose, you will need to fill out a short online In-Person, Face-to-Face Screening Form. When you arrive on campus, you will also be provided with a mask to wear whenever there are two or more individuals present. In addition, six-foot social distancing will be implemented in all classrooms and office areas.