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No public access to RDC starting Monday

Students required to clean out their lockers by Thursday

Effective Monday, there will be no public access to Red Deer College’s main campus.

In a release Tuesday, RDC said starting Monday, any students, employees, visitors or guests must attend RDC’s main campus for business purposes and need to have pre-approved appointments to pick-up or receive goods or services to be on main campus.

Effective Monday, all student access to RDC’s main campus will stop, with the exception noted below:

– Students will be required to clean out their lockers by Thursday, and return locks to the Students’ Association. If students are unable to physically come to campus to complete this task, they’re asked to email the Students’ Association to establish alternative arrangements. SA is currently open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

– Students who require access to the SA Food Bank can fill out and submit a food bank application.

– Students who do not have access to a computer or laptop to complete course work can email their name, program, and contact information to rdclibrary@rdc.ab.ca. The library has some laptops that can be signed out on a first-come, first-served basis. Library staff will contact students to determine how best to meet their needs, whether they need a laptop for an hour, a day, or a week. Learners may also contact RDC’s library through online chat or phone for other inquiries.

RDC’s downtown campus, home of the Donald School of Business will be open Wednesday and Thursday to allow faculty and staff to remove any personal items and materials they need to work from home.

Effective Monday, Donald School of Business will temporarily close, until further notice. No public access will be accommodated, and all instructors and staff will be working from home and responding virtually to student or other inquiries.

News about RDC’s response to COVID-19 is available at: rdc.ab.ca/coronavirus.

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