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Contact Tracing to Continue on Campus (May 26, 2021)

As a follow up to last week’s announcement regarding updated campus protocols surrounding COVID-19, the College will continue to follow contact tracing guidelines per the Jefferson County Health Department and in accordance with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

Quarantine protocols will continue to be followed in accordance with Health Department regulations, and the College will follow CDC guidance for vaccinated individuals. The College will also continue utilizing a variety of mitigation strategies and best practices, including social distancing and vigorous sanitization of classrooms and heavily used spaces/surfaces.

As has been our practice from the inception of the pandemic, the College will continue to be proactive with our health and safety plans and update/communicate them as necessary prior to the fall semester.

You may be aware that the CDC is recommending everyone 12 and older in the U.S. receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccines are widely accessible at many doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics. The federal government continues to work toward making vaccines widely available for everyone at no cost. As more individuals are vaccinated and the College experiences a dwindling number of infections on campus, there is great hope that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is near. 

Thank you for your continued support of these critical health and safety practices in making Jefferson College a safe place to learn, live, and work.

Masks No Longer Required on Campus (May 17, 2021)

Based on new public guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late last week, coupled with the continued decline in positive COVID cases on campus and in our region, effective immediately, Jefferson College will no longer require the wearing of masks in campus buildings by employees, students, or visitors

Please note that the CDC still highly recommends that those who are not fully vaccinated continue wearing masks in all public spaces. Regardless of age, the CDC also recommends that individuals keep following all safety precautions until they are fully vaccinated.

As an extension of the new campus protocols, the College will end weekly updates to the COVID dashboard.

Sanitization stations at building entrances and classroom/office plexiglass dividers will remain in place as a long-term health resource, at least through the fall semester. Classroom distancing will also be reduced to 3 feet throughout the summer in preparation for the fall semester.

Throughout the pandemic, the College has been extremely proactive in its response to do everything possible to minimize the impact on our campus community. As more individuals are vaccinated and the College experiences a dwindling number of infections on campus, there is great hope that the end of the COVID pandemic is now in sight. 

Thank you for adapting and overcoming the numerous challenges we faced together during the pandemic. Your patience and cooperation over the past year have been remarkable and your determination, support, and resolve have made the difference as the College “finishes strong” for the safety of our entire campus!

We continue to make the health and safety of employees, students, and campus visitors the highest priority as we respond to issues surrounding COVID-19. Thank you for continuing to work together for the safety of our college community. Each one of us has an important responsibility to minimize the spread of COVID and all viruses.

Who to contact at Jefferson College if you have COVID-19 symptoms?

  • Student Contact Tracer - Tina Robinson,
  • Employee Contact Tracer - Chris Stanfill,
  • ATS Student Contact Tracer - Cheryl Sodomka,

COVID Reporting Form

Please complete this form to notify the College if you have tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have been in close contact with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19, and/or reside with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19.

View the following resources and contact us if you have questions or need additional assistance.

  • Academic Advising Assistance - Register for Classes
    • Email (best for current students and new students who have completed the admissions application process).

  • Academic Success Center
    • The Academic Success Center is available to assist students in the subjects of Science, Math, Writing, Computer Technology, and Political Science/History.  Our Foundations Lab staff is also available for students needing help improving their Math, Reading, and Writing skills.  To meet with an instructor, go to and select location, then the subject in which help is needed.  Also, Peer Tutors are available for students who prefer to work with another student.  Contact Richard Stephenson at for more information on the Academic Success Center and Peer Tutoring.
  • Admissions Questions /High School Senior FAQ Survey
  • Behavioral Concerns, Student Conduct, and Title IX Services
    • Services provided through Behavioral Concerns reporting, Student Conduct programs, and/or Title IX programs are still available for any member of the Jefferson College community. To discuss concerns or information related to Behavioral Concern or Student Conduct, please contact Kristine Bogue at To discuss concerns or information related to Title IX, please contact Dr. Kim Harvey-Manus at

  • Bookstore
  • Cashier Questions
    • Email The cashier can answer questions relating to payments (including online payments and payments sent through the mail), payment plans, student refunds and 1098-T. 

  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Emergency Aid
  • COVID-19 Testing
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