Renew Spoon River College: Step Two

As our Region has moved to Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan, Spoon River College has launched Step Two. As part of Renew SRC: Step Two, appointments are available for face-to-face meetings. Virtual services are still available and encouraged. For more details about our services and operations, please click on the green boxes below

Updated: Monday, August 3, 2020
Campus hours of operation: Mondays through Fridays, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm​

• 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays
• The Learning Resource Center will continue to offer virtual services, and some limited face-to-face services will be also offered with an appointment.
• Academic and student support services will begin limited open hours to provide an in-person option for student access.
• Computer labs will be available. Computing space is limited in each area, and occupancy of the LRC may also be limited.

• Student Support Services will provide an in-person option to access specific student support services on a limited basis.
• 1:1 student services (i.e., Advising, Career Services, etc.) will continue to be delivered remotely and an in person appointments will be available upon request during regular service hours.
• Testing Center reopens with appointment only approach and social distancing/sanitization.
• Admission, Enrollment, and Financial Aid Services service counters open for student document drop-off, signing paperwork, and general assistance. Virtual services will remain available, and are encouraged.
• Bookstore and Student Accounts: tuition payment and book sales/rentals will continue through in-person and virtual services.
• Computing Help Desk support will continue through virtual services.

• Students should monitor their Canvas accounts for up-to-date information about their sections for fall 2020 classes.
• Students who are on campus during scheduled class time to work with faculty will be required to use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and social distancing protocols.         
• Classes will begin as scheduled on August 24, with blended course delivery and on-campus services that allow a mix of face-to-face classes but with reduced enrollment, hybrid courses that involve both online and classroom work, and courses that are online only.         

• Face Coverings - Students and visitors are required to wear face coverings while on campus.
• Social Distancing - Six feet of social distancing is required on campus at all times. All meetings should continue to be held in a virtual format.
• If you are having any COVID Symptoms, please do not enter the building

• Face coverings - Starting August 20th, employees working on campus are required to wear face coverings when unable to maintain 6 feet of separation. If you are not able to provide your own face covering, please discuss this with your supervisor to be given a face covering.
• Symptom Monitoring - Employees are required to check for symptoms of COVID-19 before coming to campus and by reporting to campus attest that they do not have a fever or exhibit symptoms. Employees with symptoms are required to stay home. Employees who exhibit any symptoms are to complete a self-assessment questionnaire and report the information to Human Resources.

• Frequent hand washing is required. Additionally, we are making efforts to obtain adequate hand sanitizer around campus.
• Cafeteria will open at the start of the fall 2020 semester with adjustments to service and dining area. Vending machines will be available.
• Occupancy will be limited in certain areas.
• High-touch areas will be disinfected nightly.
• No gatherings of more than 50 people will be allowed and everyone must maintain a social distance of 6 feet.

• Macomb Outreach Center, rentals of 50 or fewer including presenter/instructor per classroom.  Engle Conference Center in Canton will begin rentals on September 1.