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  • 2020 - August 10: County of LA Dept. of Public Health - Reopenning Colleges..."Colleges and universities in Los Angeles County will not be able to resume all in-person academic
    instruction, at this time. Institutions may continue to offer in person training and instruction for essential workforce for required activities that cannot be accomplished through virtual learning."
  • 2020 - September 11: Colleges Will Remain Online for Winter & Spring 2021


  • 2020 - Sept 10: From Dr. Limbaugh - Meet the Moment (Enrollment Update)

  • 2020 - Aug 25: From Dr. Limbaugh - Fall Semester Kick-Off



  • 2020 - Apr 9: From Dr. Limbaugh - Farewell to Kabwe Chanda, Thank You to Those on Campus

  • 2020 - Mar 31: From Dr. Limbaugh - After 1st Day Online. Summer 2020 Online. Virtual Commencement. $20,000 Donation.

  • 2020 - Mar 29From Dr. Limbaugh - What We've Accomplished So Far and Good News From the Foundation

  • 2020 - Mar 25 from Dr. Limbaugh - Before We "ReOpen"

  • 2020 - Mar 19 from Dr. Limbaugh - LACCD Emergency Declaration, 8-Week Classes, Telecommuting


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Select LACCD Updates Posted Below

  • 2020 - April 10: Colleges will Remain Online Throughout the Spring And In Summer
  • 2020 - March 19: Update from LACCD Chancellor Francisco D. Rodriguez, Ph.D.  regarding Safer at Home order
  • 2020 - MAR 13: Distict Human Resources - Employee Absence Policies

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General Information

What is the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus is a respiratory virus that develops into pneumonia and was discovered in Wuhan, China and has spread to a handful of countries including Japan, the United States, Thailand and South Korea.


Fever greater than 100.4 F/ 38 C
  • Sore throat
  • Headaches
  • Runny nose
  • Cough and/or difficulty breathing.
The symptoms can appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure. If you think you have been exposed to coronavirus, contact your health care provider immediately.


Mode of Transmission

The virus is most commonly spread from one infected person to others.
  • By close personal contact such as shaking hands or touching
  • By contact with contaminated surfaces and then touching eyes, nose or mouth
  • By air via sneezing and/or coughing


How can you protect yourself?

There is no vaccine. The best way not to get sick from this or any respiratory virus is to regularly get an annual flu shot, stay informed about the situation via official health agency websites, and proactively use the following preventative steps:
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick and stay home if you are sick.
  • Frequently wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover your cough and/or sneeze into your elbow; or if you use a tissue immediately throw it into the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Official Health Agency Websites for More​ Info