San Juan College Summer Classes to be Online

San Juan College has extended the stay-at-home order for non-essential employees until further notice. Kids Kollege, which was scheduled to begin June 22 is now canceled through the end of June. 

Friday, May 15, 2020

From San Juan College

San Juan College has extended the stay-at-home order for non-essential employees until further notice. This decision was made in support of public health and safety, as well as compliance with Governor Lujan Grisham’s directive, which she announced in a press conference, Wednesday, May 13.

Plans are currently underway for a virtual graduation ceremony. Information will be provided once details are confirmed.

In addition, San Juan College is on track to begin online classes for the summer session beginning May 26. The college will begin offering face-to-face classes, dependent upon further orders from the Governor and recommendations and mandates regarding social distancing.

Kids Kollege, which was scheduled to begin June 22 is now canceled through the end of June.  All registrations for these sessions will be fully refunded and families registered for these sessions are being notified through the Kids Kollege online registration system. Online options are begin explored, and once details are confirmed will be available at sanjuancollege.edu/kidskollege.

 “Our employees continue to work diligently to serve our students’ needs,” said Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass, President of San Juan College. “I am proud of their dedication to our college and community.”

Advisors and staff are available by phone and online for students to register for summer and fall classes. Students needing additional assistance can call 505-326-3311 or contact the San Juan College Student Achievement Center at achievement@sanjuancollege.edu. They should also continue to check their San Juan College emails for information regarding their class structure, tutoring and other support services. 

The College encourages everyone to stay at home and continue to utilize precautionary and preventive measures to keep our community safe. For a listing of canceled San Juan College events, as well as COVID-19 resource links, and other information, visit sanjuancollege.edu/coronavirus. 

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