Health Alerts from Cambridge

Cambridge College / Cambridge Institute is continuously monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic and will cooperate with county and state health departments in the event of an outbreak within our community of campuses. The safety of our students and employees is a top priority. As new information becomes available about the situation and its potential impact, communication will be sent via email to all employees and students. For more information about the CARES Act Emergency Grant please click on this link https://www.cambridgehealth.edu/emergency-grant/.


Update 06/12/2020

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COVID-19 Update 03/30/2020: CAMPUS OPERATIONS REMAIN ONLINE

This has been a historic transition for Cambridge College/Cambridge Institute. Having campuses in Florida and Georgia, we have encountered snow storms and hurricane closures, but nothing that compares to what we are currently facing. Amidst this unique situation, you have all persevered and are prepared to tackle the challenges we face today.

We commend our staff and students in their effort to adjust to the many changes and take on the challenge of remote instruction in such a positive way. Please be assured that Cambridge College/Cambridge Institute is working on the issues that you are thinking about and experiencing in order to anticipate matters that will be front and center in the future.

As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 Pandemic, the safety of our students and employees is a top priority. We will continue to update faculty and students as new information becomes available.

CAMPUS OPERATIONS – EXTENDED ONLINE:

The campuses remain closed. ALL classes will remain online via Blackboard through the end of the current semester, April 24, 2020. Additionally, we will begin the May 4, 2020 term online via Blackboard. Classes will remain online through the end of the first session June 24, 2020.

Please check your emails regularly to stay informed on the status of your campus and for instructions from your instructors.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Definition of Online Attendance:
For Distance Education, attendance is defined as an academically related activity. An academically related activity is something submitted for a grade such as an assignment, test, quiz, project, discussion board or attending a live virtual lecture. Attendance will be monitored online as it is on campus. If you have questions regarding attendance, please contact your Program Director.

Contact your Program with clinical assignment questions.


COVID-19 Update: CAMPUS OPERATIONS TO ONLINE 03/22/2020

Cambridge College/Cambridge Institute continues to monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic and will cooperate with county and state health departments in the event of an outbreak within our community of campuses. The safety of our students and employees is a top priority. As new information becomes available about the situation and its potential impact, communication will be sent via email to all employees and students. Our goal is to minimize exposure while continuing our educational offerings and services to students.

CAMPUS OPERATIONS: Classes resume on Monday, March 23, 2020 via Blackboard. The campuses remain closed.  ALL classes will remain online via Blackboard through the end of the current semester, April 24, 2020. Faculty will continue to prepare their online coursework for the remainder of the semester as they work remotely. Please check your emails regularly to stay informed on the status of your campus and for instructions from your instructors.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Definition of Online Attendance:
For Distance Education, attendance is defined as an academically related activity. An academically related activity is something submitted for a grade such as an assignment, test, quiz, project, discussion board or attending a live virtual lecture. Attendance will be monitored online as it is on campus. If you have questions regarding attendance, please contact your Program Director.

Contact your Program with clinical assignment questions.


DELRAY BEACH CAMPUS OPERATIONS
The Delray Beach Campus has moved the Spring Break for students up to this week, March 14 – 22 so that the College can prepare to offer classes fully online for to be determined period of time. The Delray Campus classes will resume on Monday, March 23 in a fully online format via Blackboard.  The campus will remain closed immediately and through March 29, 2020. Classes on campus are expected to resume on Monday, March 30, 2020. However, please check your student email regularly to stay informed on the status of your campus in the event this date is changed.

ATLAMONTE SPRINGS CAMPUS OPERATIONS
The Altamonte Springs Campus remains closed for the Spring Break this week, March 14 – 22. The Altamonte Springs Campus classes will resume on Monday, March 23 in a fully online format via Blackboard.  The campus will remain closed immediately and through March 29, 2020. Classes on campus are expected to resume on Monday, March 30, 2020. However, please check your student email regularly to stay informed on the status of your campus in the event this date is changed.

ATLANTA CAMPUS OPERATIONS
The Atlanta Campus is closed effective immediately and will remain closed through March 29, 2020. During this time classes will be offered in a fully online format via Blackboard.  Classes on campus are expected to resume on Monday, March 30, 2020. However, please check your student email regularly to stay informed on the status of your campus in the event this date is changed.

*All students must contact their Program Director to find out if clinical sites are accepting students.

*Please be sure you have your username and password so that you can access your online classes. For support you must have your student ID number available.

Blackboard Support Contacts:

Dominique Werner at [email protected]
Mary Frances Kirkpatrick at [email protected]


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