Phase 4 of Reopening Plan at MCC Begins

Lance Klemple, Contributing Writer

This week, Muskegon Community College President Dr. Dale Nesbary, announced MCC will move forward with Phase 4 of their reopening plan. Online classes will still be offered to students; however, some major differences included in this phase is students can make appointments online to use in-person services at the college. “Phase 4 takes immediate effect,” said Nesbary.  “We (college senior staff) will meet over the next several weeks to determine additional movement on our reopening plan. We will also have conversations with faculty, staff, and students at our weekly All Campus meeting as well as at other opportunities as they come available (MCC Board meeting, students’ meetings, etc). As always, the safety of our campus community is paramount.”

Staff, students, and potential students are now allowed to hold small meetings on campus. MCC’s bookstore, library, and pantry will be open at their regularly scheduled hours for in-person or online use. Nesbary reminded individuals that counseling service hours will be extended throughout May for services over Zoom. For more information on MCC’s standing re-opening plan, click here: