Posted on July 06, 2020
The Navarro College leadership team has been developing the operating plans for reopening Navarro College. The health and wellness of Navarro College students, faculty and staff are paramount as our Trustees, District, and Campus Leadership continue to navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
All campuses will be reopening for our students and communities on July 9, 2020, as the Summer II classes begin. Pursuant to Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-28 effective June 26, 2020, along with Navarro County Judge H. M. Davenport’s order and Mayor Don Denbow’s executive orders to implement a public health and safety plan, we are making the following effective July 9 as we reopen our campuses:
1. All students, faculty, and staff, and visitors are required to wear face-coverings in all public areas.
2. All students, faculty, staff and visitors will be required to complete a Pre-Screening Questionnaire before entering campus every day.
3. Social distancing protocols. Even with the use of appropriate face coverings, individuals should maintain six feet of social distancing space whenever possible. It is highly advisable that you have an appointment if you are planning to visit an office such as Advising, Cashier, Financial Aid, etc. Appointments may be made here https://www.whos-next.com/navarrocollege/appointments/ If you arrive without an appointment, you may be asked to wait in your vehicle and be texted when you are allowed into the building.
4. Controlled Access. Buildings will have doors that are locked to control occupancy of the building and flow of traffic. All locked doors will be clearly marked indicating where the entrance point to that building is located.
You can find more detailed information about the reopening protocols at Bulldogs: Better Together
We cannot wait to see our Bulldogs back on campus and continue the vision of being a nationally recognized higher education institution committed to providing innovative career pathways and student-centered learning opportunities that result in students capable of succeeding in local and global communities.