Covid-19 Update 

COVID-19 Coronavirus

 

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for our faculty, staff, and students.  We recognize that the threat from COVID-19 is not over and continues to affect our community in different ways, including how, when, and where many of us are able to work and learn.

In-person attendance is not being required.  It is understood that people may have pre-existing conditions or concerns that prohibit them from attending in person. In those cases, please work with your advisor and instructors to make appropriate arrangements.

The college will be moving to Phase 3 of its COVID response plan.  As of 1/11/2021, all staff return to working on campus and students begin classes on 1/19/2021.  Outreach sites are subject to reopen guidelines from their respective tribal leadership. 

Every person:

  1. Will enter the College campus through the Main doors;

  2. Is expected to comply with the 6-foot social distancing rule indoors and outside;

  3. When social distancing isn’t possible MUST always wear a face mask inside or outside;

  4. MUST have their temperature screened upon entering the building;

  5. MUST answer prescreening questions to enter the building; and

  6. MUST wash their hands and use hand sanitizer frequently and as needed.

The College’s COVID-19 Coordinator Dawn Petit will continue to monitor compliance and provide updates and assistance throughout the semester.  Please direct questions or concerns to Dawn Petit at dpetit@lco.edu or call her at (715) 634-4790 ext. 163.

The Administration of Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College takes the safety of our students, faculty, staff and community members as a priority. Below are links with up to date information and precautionary measures the College has regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus. 

Dawn Petit, Covid-19 Coordinator, should be contacted regarding notification, questions or concerns at 715-634-4790 Ext.163.

                

Additional information regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus can be obtained through the following websites: www.cdc.gov and www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/covid-19.htm