Dona Ana Community College to move all classes Online

On Sunday, Doña Ana Community College (DACC) officials announced they will move all classes with face-to-face activity to virtual delivery effective Wednesday, November 18th.

“The move is due to the significant rise in COVID-19 cases in the Las Cruces and El Paso region,” DACC officials shared via a news release. “New Mexico is currently under a two-week health order issued by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.”

Students who are in classes with face-to-face activities will meet as scheduled on Monday, November 16th and Tuesday, November 17th.  They will use these two meeting dates to make progress on course requirements and transition to online instruction for their courses. All courses after November 17th will be fully online, including clinicals.
In addition, DACC is moving all student services such as the Testing Center, computer labs, and Cashier’s Office to operate remotely or, in the case of those services that cannot be offered through remote technologies, to be closed beginning Wednesday, November 18th. Essential DACC employees will report to work as scheduled.
For more information, please contact Kristi Martin at [email protected].


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