CCSNH COVID-19 Self Screening Assessment
Students, faculty, staff and visitors must complete a health status report ahead of on-site visits to campus facilities. In order to make reporting as convenient as possible, CCSNH has developed a mobile app which is available at the Apple Store and Google Play for download.
COVID-19 Safety Reporting Hotline
As CCSNH and its colleges resume on-site learning and operations, the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors is paramount. We are committed to establishing methods for maintaining safe and healthy learning and working environments conducive to providing quality programs and services while mitigating concerns and unsafe conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a member of the CCSNH community, you are asked to report any concerns regarding learning or working conditions related to COVID-19, such as cleaning and disinfection, hygiene, personal protective equipment, and social distancing measures. To assist with the reporting of COVID-19 related concerns, CCSNH has established a toll free phone line (1-833-701-0665) and an on-line safety reporting form that can be accessed below. Communications made through the use of the phone line or the online form can be anonymous; however, should you choose to identify yourself, your report will remain confidential.
Thank you for your assistance in promoting a safe and healthy environment for our learning and working communities. If you have any questions related to reporting COVID-19 concerns, you may also contact the CCSNH Director of Risk Management at 603-230-3516.
Student Social Compact
As members of this campus community, we face a serious public health situation that requires a new level of awareness and caution in our daily lives. As a caring community, we understand that our health and safety depend on how well we take care of ourselves and each other. As a member of this community I promise to responsibly protect my health and the health of others. I make these efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other risks to our community’s health and to best preserve the learning opportunities available to me as a student at this college.
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Jason Bishop, email@example.com, 230-3516
Cam Steele, firstname.lastname@example.org, 427-7602
Cathy Kubec, email@example.com 366-5347
Media contact: Vicky Jaffe, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-8115
Student & faculty contact: Jennifer Jefferson, email@example.com
Lucy Jenkins, firstname.lastname@example.org, 578-8900 x. 1525
Jenn Cournoyer, email@example.com, 543-4431
Gretchen Taillon, firstname.lastname@example.org, 342-3003
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- COVID-19 in New Hampshire from the NH Department of Health and Human Services >>
General concerns and questions should be directed to the State of NH’s 211NH line by dialing 2-1-1 from your phone.
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In light of the Governor’s announcement today, NH’s Community Colleges will move as much as possible to fully remote operations. Our semester is continuing primarily via online education. – Remote work arrangements should continue to be discussed with supervisors and college presidents. – Specifics of classes and instruction will continue to be communicated to students by […]Read the Update >>
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