COVID-19

COVID-19 Update Jan. 7

January 7, 2021

Yesterday afternoon, we learned that an SPSCC staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 after working on the Lacey Campus last week. Based on what we know about this situation, we believe there is low risk that others on campus were exposed.

This is our current understanding of the timeline associated with this case:

COVID-19 Update Jan. 4

January 4, 2021

This morning we learned that an SPSCC staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 after working on the Olympia Campus last week. Based on what we know about this situation, we believe there is low risk that others on campus were exposed.

This is our current understanding of the timeline associated with this case:

COVID-19 Update Dec. 8

December 8, 2020

Yesterday afternoon we learned that an SPSCC student has tested positive for COVID-19 after visiting the Olympia Campus last week. Based on what we know about this situation, we believe there is low risk that others on campus were exposed.

This is our current understanding of the timeline associated with this case:

In-Person Services Closed Nov. 12-13

November 11, 2020

Tonight, Nov. 11, we learned that an SPSCC staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 and last worked on the Olympia Campus in Building 22 this past Monday, Nov. 9.

Based on what we know, we are not aware of any students or staff who were in close contact with this person. If that changes, we will notify anyone in close contact with information and guidance.

Winter Quarter 2021 Will Remain Online

September 29, 2020

SPSCC will continue to offer online, virtual, and hybrid classes for Winter Quarter 2021.

As COVID-19 continues to impact public health, Winter Quarter at SPSCC will continue to operate in the same way as Fall Quarter. This means that most classes will be offered as online, virtual, or hybrid classes with very few face-to-face classes.

Winter Quarter registration begins on Nov. 3.

Coronavirus

August 3, 2020

COVID-19 News & Updates

Updates are now available on our COVID-19 News Page >

Last Updated: Aug. 3, 2020 at 10 a.m.

This past weekend we learned that an SPSCC staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 and had visited the Olympia Campus 3 days prior to experiencing symptoms. Based on what we know about this situation, we believe there is low risk that others on campus were exposed.

This is our current understanding of the timeline associated with this case:

Thurston County Auditor’s Office Offering Drive Through Voter Services at SPSCC Due to Pandemic

July 9, 2020

SPSCC will host the Thurston County Auditor's Office Elections Division’s Voting Center at the College’s Mottman Road campus in Olympia.

The drive through voter services will allow Thurston County residents to register to vote, get a replacement ballot, and vote without leaving their car. The drive-up model aims to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be no voting services available at the Thurston County Courthouse to allow for physical distancing.

37 SPSCC Nursing Students Graduate During the COVID-19 Health Crisis

June 16, 2020

The 37 students graduating from the SPSCC nursing program are group of students who proved their flexibility and desire to persevere. Graduating during a pandemic is stressful for all students, but for those enrolled in hands-on programs—like nursing—restrictions on public gatherings meant requirements for in-person learning had to be approached in a new way.

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