Healthy at ALC
We continue to battle the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, but we are in a stronger place today than we were one year ago, as a vaccine is now available. Our administration is working daily in order to assure students, faculty, staff, and parents that ALC’s campus is coronavirus safe.
Locally, vaccines are available, free of charge, at Walgreens in the Holly Hills Shopping Center.
The College will return to in-person instruction on Tuesday, August 17. All members of the campus community will be expected to wear masks inside classrooms as well as indoor common spaces in which social distancing is not feasible. Masks are available in the Student Services Office and at the Pippa Passes Police Department.
If a campus community member is sick, he or she should stay home and not report to workspaces, classrooms, and/or community facilities. In addition to the services offered in the Infirmary, we have appointed an on-campus COVID-19 point-person, Wanetta Bentley. Students who aren’t feeling well can see Wanetta for a wellness check and if necessary, be put in contact with a healthcare professional.