WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Students will be returning to the classrooms this fall semester at Cape Fear Community College.
“We intend to hold most classes face-to-face this fall,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “Many of our classes require very specific training that is hands-on – we are working now to implement changes that will allow for social distancing so that students can safely get the training they need. The health and safety of our student body and our entire campus community continue to be our top priority. The extra measures we are implementing now are designed with everyone’s well-being in mind.”
CFCC said it will arrange labs and classroom space in a way that promotes social distancing. Student services will resume in-person operations beginning Monday.
Students seeking help with admissions or financial aid can come to any CFCC location to receive assistance. Staff will also be on hand to talk with students about their career options and to help them plan their schedules.
CFCC said students who prefer online classes will still have a wide variety of classes from which to choose.
Cape Fear Community College’s fall semester begins on Friday, August 21. Enrollment is currently underway for both summer and fall sessions.