COVID-19 Coronavirus

Phased Reopening Beginning June 1, 2020

ACC will begin a phased reopening of the campus on June 1. Prior to coming to campus, employees and students must complete the online Safe Colleges training. You will not be permitted to come onto the campus without having taken the training. 

COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form

This reporting form is for individuals to notify the College of incidents/persons believed to be affected by the Corona Virus (COVID-19). [Self-Reporting Form]

Screening Protocol

The overall goal of the screening protocol is to follow the THECB requirements and keep ACC safe and protected from the COVID-19 virus. As with this entire pandemic our plans are evolving daily and will require extreme flexibility and patience

Health Screening Form

All employees and students will be required to complete a Health Screening Form that may be completed in advance to expedite screening. You will still be required to have your temperature checked upon arrival at the S building checkpoint.

Mask Requirement 

All employees and students will be required to wear a face covering while interacting on campus. The face covering is not required while working alone in your personal office. If you have your own face covering please bring it. We have a limited number of cloth face coverings and some disposable coverings that can be provided if needed.

Checkpoint Map

Please review the Checkpoint Location Map at Building S. You will note that most all of the entrances to the campus are blocked to help direct you to the S building checkpoint. There will also be a College Store checkpoint located near building H to pickup books and other supplies. 

Limited On-Campus Student Services 

There will be limited on campus service but remote services will continue. Please refer to the Student Services Schedule for a list of available services.

Learning Commons (Library/Learning Lab) Hours

Beginning on June 1, computer access will be provided in the ACC Library Monday-Thursday 8:00 to 5:00. 

  • Reservations are required   
  • Computers may be reserved in 2 hour increments 
  • Last reservation of the day begins at 3:00 pm 
  • Complete a reservation form on the Library POD page
  • Call to make a reservation 281-756-3559

Virtual Tutoring provided by ACC Tutors will be available Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 9:00 pm.  

  • Complete a reservation form on the Learning Lab POD Page
  • Tutors use Microsoft TEAMS in Office 365 to work with students 
  • Access TEAMS on your POD home page - click the Office 365 link on the top of the page near the search bar to open your Office 365 dashboard 

Downloadable Files

   

Frequently Asked Questions

No. When we open on May 26 there will be one line. We are anticipating a gradual increase of staff and students on campus. As the campus is more populated, we will continue to evaluate and modify the procedures.

No. You will remain in your vehicle just like a drive thru.

No. Only individuals that will be “on campus” will be required to be screened. This does not include any individual walking the community jogging track. Once you step off the parking lot you will need to have a wrist band with the color for the day.

No. The line is designed to move swiftly with your assistance. That is why you are required to complete the online training prior May 26. Patience will be necessary as the process evolves.

 

Schedule for screenings (effective May 26 – June 30):

Employees only             7:00 am – 7:30 am  

Students                       begin at 7:30 am

 

Student services will be by appointment:

Monday            7:30 am – 12 noon

Tuesday            2:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Wednesday       12:30 pm – 5 pm

 

Vendors and construction workers will check in at Building M.

Lab School families will follow the process from the Lab School staff.

All physical plant staff will follow a check in process established by their department.

Depends if it is possibly linked to COVID-19? We will rely on your personal judgment in regard to the symptoms you may have. If you are ill and unable to work, then you will need to submit a request for sick leave to your supervisor.

Yes. Due to the THECB minimum standard health protocols we are requiring everyone to wear a mask/face covering while on campus unless you are alone in a personal office. This includes students, employees, visitors, and guests to the campus.

 

Yes. If you have your own mask, please bring it as our supplies are limited. If you do not have a mask a cloth reusable mask will be provided once at the screening station. Students will be given disposable non-medical grade masks. Some positions may require additional PPE. You will be notified by your supervisor where to pick up additional protective equipment.

Yes. If you do not complete the screening you will not be allowed on campus. Not signing the assessment does not grant automatic approval for telecommuting.

Contact Campus Police.