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Waubonsee is committed to your safety. We have instituted a wide array of health and safety measures designed to do everything possible to keep our campus community safe and healthy for those who learn and work here. At this time, access to campus is limited to students attending classes or utilizing services.

Our phased re-opening has some student services available in-person at the Sugar Grove and Aurora Downtown Campuses. Please visit the services directory for hours of operation. *Note that on Fridays, most campus services are only available virtually at this time.

Given the fluidity of the coronavirus situation, details are likely to change, so please check this page and our COVID-19 webpage regularly for updates.

Didn’t pass the self-assessment?

PLEASE STAY HOME AND MONITOR YOUR SYMPTOMS.  Click here for information on next steps.

Reporting a case of COVID-19

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you must contact your instructor(s) and send an email to covid19@waubonsee.edu. Please do not come to campus.

Things to Remember

Complete the self-assessment every day before coming to campus.
If you have a fever of 100.4°+, or any other symptoms of the virus, please do not come to campus.

If you don’t pass the self-assessment, see the box on the upper, right-hand side of this page for next steps.

Symptoms Chart


Everyone must wear a mask while on campus.*

  • If you are not wearing a mask, you will be asked to leave campus.
  • Forgot your mask? You may pick up a free, disposable mask on any campus at the college information center or front desk.
  • *If you cannot wear a mask for a medical reason and/or need accommodations, contact the Access Center for Disability Resources at accesscenter@waubonsee.edu.

Wash your hands often and use the alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations found throughout campus.

Keep 6 feet apart in hallways and do not gather in groups.

  • Limit your time on campus as much as possible. Use elevators, walkways and hallways only when necessary.

Wait for others to leave a classroom, giving them space to exit, before you enter.

  • Cleaning supplies will be available if you would like to utilize them to clean your workspace.

No food/eating allowed in classrooms.

  • Our cafeteria/coffee service is closed until further notice. Vending machines are located on all campuses.

Study spaces with computers are available on campus.

These Learning Lounges are open Mon.-Thu., 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.:

Open Mon. and Wed., 3:30 - 8 p.m. and Tue. and Thu., 3:30 - 9:30 p.m.:

 

Campus Activities and Services

Many departments are offering virtual and/or face-to-face services during this time. Visit our Services Directory for complete details. And read on for a few special notes.

Safety Guidelines and Expectations

Waubonsee has been closely monitoring the coronavirus situation. We are following the guidelines set by Governor Pritzker’s Restore Illinois plan, Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) recommendations, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) compliance. With that guidance in mind, here’s a basic checklist for all of our on-campus community members to follow:

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Wash up

Mask up

Measure up

About Fall 2020 Courses

Fall courses begin August 24. As part of the new MyChoice initiative, course instruction will be available in five ways: 

  • Face-to-Face - on-campus instruction
  • Online - the course is delivered 100% online through Waubonsee’s Learning Management System, Canvas
  • Hybrid - a blend of face-to-face and online
  • Sync Online - scheduled delivery of instruction through a video conference tool such as Zoom on the days and times of scheduled class sessions
  • Flex - allows students to choose from among face-to-face, sync online, or online delivery methods throughout the course, depending on what works best for them on any given day

These various methods of course delivery are not only a response to the pandemic but options that create greater flexibility and increased access for you as you work to balance college and life. Please note that not all courses will be available in all five formats.

In the event of an emergency closing due to health concerns, safety concerns and or other directives from a governing body during the fall 2020 semester, all face-to-face instruction will be suspended and instruction will continue at the scheduled course time through Zoom video conferencing; class sessions will continue to be recorded and posted in Canvas as well.

View the fall course schedule to see your options.