Coronavirus - Be Informed
Coronavirus: Be Informed
Butler Community College continues to monitor the latest information related to COVID-19 in an effort to support the well-being of our students and employees. We are dedicated to providing a safe learning environment for students, faculty and staff.
As this situation is dynamic and rapidly changing, we highly recommend you bookmark this page to stay informed of the latest news and actions related to the Butler Community College family.
If you have questions about protocols for quarantine and/or isolation or other health concerns related to a student, faculty or staff member, please contact College Health & Counseling by phone or email.
August 16, 2022
COVID-19 continues to circulate globally, however, with the tools available for reducing COVID-19 severity, the risk of illness is less severe compared to earlier in the pandemic. Butler has aligned their COVID-19 response mitigation with the CDC's updated recommendations. Please refer to the updated protocols for more information.
February 11, 2022
Butler no longer requires but still strongly recommends face masks be worn in all indoor settings of the college. Masks are available in classrooms and office areas throughout the college. CIMT continues to closely monitor the COVID situation.
January 28, 2022
Butler is extending the requirement that face masks be worn in all indoor settings of the college regardless of vaccination status for another 2 weeks. Masks are available in classrooms and office areas throughout the college. This will be effective 2/1/22 - 2/14/22. CIMT will re-evaluate this protocol during their regular meetings.
January 14, 2022
Due to high rates of transmission of COVID-19, Butler will temporarily require face masks be worn in all indoor settings of the college regardless of vaccination status. Masks are available in classrooms and office areas throughout the college. This will be effective 1/18/2022 through the end of January 2022. CIMT will re-evaluate this protocol during their regular meetings.
January 10, 2022
Butler Community College has updated all COVID-19 protocols to align with CDC guidelines and recommendations. As we begin the spring 2022 semester, please read the updated protocols and continue to review and complete the COVID-19 screening questionnaire prior to coming to a Butler campus. Classes will resume as scheduled with the updated guidelines in place.
October 27, 2021
The Biden Administration has issued a proclamation impacting global travel as it relates to COVID-19. The proclamation goes into effect 12:01 am EST on November 8, 2021. Please read this proclamation carefully for those traveling to the United States.
August 13, 2021
Butler Community College will host a Moderna COVID vaccine clinic August 19 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the lobby of the R.D. Hubbard Welcome Center. The clinic is free and open to the public, courtesy of Butler Community College Health, Black Student Association, and Butler County Health Department.
To sign up, call Aletra Cheney-Profit at 316.322.3294 or register online at butlercc.edu/covidclinic.
August 4, 2021
Face masks are strongly recommended, but not required. All classroom, office, and meeting room seating will be set up to allow 3 feet of social distance between students and faculty. Individuals should stay 3 feet apart in hallways and common areas when possible.
All faculty, staff, and students will continue to review and complete the most current COVID-19 self-screening questionnaire prior to coming onto campus. Individuals should stay home or self-isolated if they have COVID-19 symptoms.
Lastly, everyone should engage in frequent, thorough handwashing and cover all coughs and sneezes. Hand sanitizer will be available in building hallways and all classrooms.
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