TCC Extends Spring Break One Week For Students, Monitoring Coronavirus Developments

In the midst of coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, Tarrant County College is taking steps to prevent any spread of the virus, including extending its Spring Break for students through Sunday, March 22, 2020. Classes will resume on Monday, March 23.

For TCC faculty and staff, normal operations will begin March 16 to prepare for the remainder of the semester. If students need non-instructional resources during the week of March 16, campuses will be open.

During the week of March 16, faculty will consider whether classes may be offered via alternate delivery.  Students should expect to receive information about these decisions in time to resume instruction on March 23. All upcoming college events and activities are also being evaluated. Any changes in schedule will be communicated on a case-by-case basis.

“Tarrant County College values health and wellness within our college community and will continue to constantly monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation,” said TCC Chancellor Eugene Giovannini.

There are no known cases of COVID-19 at TCC, however, the college is taking additional proactive steps to mitigate the spread of viruses by increasing regular cleaning on all campuses and facilities. As an additional measure, comprehensive disinfecting was completed in classrooms, offices, and public spaces at all campuses during Spring Break.

As circumstances change, details will be communicated as they become available.  For preventative information and latest updates related to TCC’s coronavirus measures, please visit tccd.edu/coronavirus.