To maintain the health and safety of the NCC community we are asking students NOT
to return to campus until further notice.
- Essential staff should take direction from their supervisors as to if they should
be on campus.
- All other employees not deemed essential are expected to continue to work remotely,
where possible, and perform their assigned duties or be available to do so during
normally scheduled work hours.
- All courses that can be instructed remotely have been transitioned to this form of
instruction. However, there are some courses that will not be able to transition to
remote instruction such as laboratory sessions. In those cases, we are working on
a plan to lessen class size through alternative schedules in observance of social
- Faculty members and students should be in correspondence as to what course work looks
like throughout the remainder of the semester.
Mental Health Support
A mental health hotline is available to New Yorkers who need it. We can't underestimate
the impact this pandemic is having on mental health. Over 6,000 mental health professionals
have volunteered their time to help with New York's Coronavirus response.
For free emotional support, consultation and referral to a provider, call 1.844.863.9314.