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Heartland classes go online for remainder of spring term

March 18, 2020

In an effort to promote the safety of students and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, Heartland Community College will transition to online instruction for the remainder of the Spring 2020 term.

The College remains committed to maintaining instruction and services to students. Support services such as academic advisement, success coaching, mental health counseling, tutoring, accommodation and the business office will operate virtually. Students can access these services by calling the Heartland Help Line at 309-268-8000 or reaching out via our website at www.heartland.edu.

Until further notice, on-campus facilities will not be available. Heartland faculty and staff will be working remotely to promote social distancing until further notice. Additional resources have been provided to Heartland employees for remote work arrangements.

Students who have barriers of access to online instruction and services should contact Dean of Students, Kimberley Kelley via the Heartland Help Line.

The College is currently exploring options related to commencement, pinning ceremonies, and other end of year activities. The College will communicate more information as it is available.

Written by: Steve Fast