DURANT, Okla. – Classes at Southeastern’s McCurtain County campus will begin face-to-face instruction with social distancing on Monday, August 31.
With the exception of Eastern Oklahoma State College nursing (face-to-face with social distancing), students (Southeastern and Eastern) started the semester with online courses via Zoom only due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All persons, including students, faculty and staff, are required to wear face coverings and are subject to a temperature screening upon entering campus buildings. Students, faculty and staff who are feeling ill should not come to campus and need to complete an illness reporting form available at mcc.SE.edu.
School officials will continue to work with local and state health officials to evaluate the situation and make any adjustments in course delivery that may be necessary in the future.
For more information, call 580-286-9431 or visit mcc.SE.edu.