Will student housing be available during the Summer II and Fall semesters?
Yes, the Navarro College Corsicana Campus will offer on-campus student housing in Summer II and Fall 2020.
When can students move into campus housing?
Residential students will receive an email from Housing and Residence Life outlining move-in procedures for the Summer II and Fall 2020 semester. Residential students will receive an email from Housing with designated dates and time for their move-in. Move-in dates will be August 21, 22, and 23 between 8am-5pm..
What guidelines are in place for move-in day?
Students must check in at their assigned time, and can bring just one friend or family member to assist them. Both the student and their friend or family member must undergo screening before moving in. Students should not come to campus if they or anyone in their household has experienced COVID-19 symptoms within the previous two weeks.
How will Navarro College ensure social distancing within student housing?
Advanced cleaning protocols and social distancing guidelines will be in effect in all student housing facilities and students living in the residence halls will be prohibited from day or overnight visitors. Common seating and gathering locations within the residence halls will be closed and occupancy limitations will be in place in common restrooms and laundry room spaces. Outdoor seating will be open but social distancing guidelines will apply.
Should I wear a face mask or covering on campus?
Navarro College requires all individuals on campus – including employees, students, visitors, and contractors – to wear face masks or face coverings when in the presence of others. Please note that face masks are not a substitute for proper social distancing.
Am I required to wear a face covering while in my on-campus room or apartment?
Face coverings are not required when students are in their personal on-campus residence hall rooms/suites or apartments (including private and suite-style bathrooms). Navarro College encourages its campus residents to discuss their expectations regarding face coverings at the start of the semester. If one of you should develop COVID-19 symptoms, face coverings should be worn until a healthcare professional can be consulted.
What happens if a student in campus housing tests positive for COVID-19?
Residence hall students who test positive for COVID-19 and are unable to relocate to their permanent residence will be moved to a separate facility the College has established specifically designated for self-isolation. Students requiring medical care will be treated as appropriate by medical professionals.
Will Navarro College move to online only after Thanksgiving and students choose not to return, will they receive refunds?
Navarro College’s leadership team continues to monitor the pandemic and receives input on a daily basis from community health and safety partners. As the situation is fluid, Navarro College will delay a decision until later in the fall regarding plans following Thanksgiving.
If classes were to convert to an online, remote format, Navarro College will continue to offer campus services, including housing, food services, and academic resources. Please note that tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be prorated or refunded.
QUESTIONS ABOUT COVID-19?
If you have questions about NC’s reponse to COVID-19 that are not answered on this page or covered in our frequently asked questions, please submit them through this form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note, that we’re not in a position to answer scientific questions about the virus. Please visit the Centers for Disease Control for those questions.