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Winter/Spring 2021: Details and Resources Here.

Welcome to Winter/Spring 2021

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Students may work with helpful college counselors by going to counseling.missioncollege.edu and scheduling an appointment or dropping in to Cranium Cafe chat.


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Taking an Online Class

At Mission College, online courses are taught using the Canvas Learning Management System. Resources for students and faculty are available.

Online Classes
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Free Resources for Students

Many resources for food assistance, housing help, financial aid, job services, and much more are provided at missioncares.missioncollege.edu.

Mission Cares
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For Students

Resources for students regarding transitioning to online learning, how to apply, paying for school, Spring/Winter registration dates, and more.

Student Resources
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For Staff & Faculty

HR help, transitioning to online instruction, using Zoom, the COVID-19 Manual Emergency Paid Sick Leave Form, and tips for working from home.

Staff & Faculty Resources
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Flu Shots

Mission College is offering the flu shot to any community member who pre-registers. as long as supplies last. This is not a COVID-19 vaccine.

Flu shots
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My Mission Portal

My Mission Portal gives you access to paying your bills, registering for classes, and seeing your unofficial transcript.

My Mission Portal
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Phases to Re-Opening

The return to campus will be gradual and occur in incremental stages without a predefined timeline. The stages below specify characteristics, requirements, instruction and services while minimizing risk.

Phases to Re-Opening

Covid-19 at Mission

With the principal goal of reducing the spread of the novel Coronavirus, Mission College is following suite with orders from local and state governments. Most classes are being held entirely online via Canvas. All faculty and staff able to do so are working from home. We continue to monitor the situation in our college community and in surrounding areas. We will continue to provide updates as the situation evolves.

Covid-19 Vaccinations

Santa Clara County is providing links to vaccination sites and who is currently being vaccinated. Details are provided by the County of Santa Clara. 

 

If you are staff member, faculty member, or student and you've been exposed to COVID-19 (or suspect you have), please complete the following steps.

  • Fill out the COVID-19 encounter form.
  • Provide all encounters, contacts and recent locations you have visited for a detailed follow up.
  • Upon receiving the completed form, an investigation will take place.
  • If the report is confirmed, appropriate action will be taken:
    • Self-quarantine will be recommended.
    • SCCDPH will be notified.
    • Tracking of the individual and case monitoring begins.

Check with official sources for up-to-date information about COVID-19, including www.cdc.gov and www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19. Santa Clara County residents can now call or text 2-1-1 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in 150 languages.

Mission College updates social media with updates about COVID-19 on a regular basis via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.