Welcome to a new week! Before I share the latest list of updates, I want to reinforce that my number one priority remains the health and safety of our students, employees, and community. To date, I am grateful that there are no reported cases of COVID-19 on Zane State College campuses.
Zane State College also remains committed to helping each of you succeed, even in the face of unexpected challenges. We are working hard to continue to provide all of the services you’ve come to expect, even tutoring and advising. Also, If you are at higher risk for severe illness due to age or health-related issues, please let your faculty or Success Coach know so accommodations can be made.
While your physical health is at the top of the priority list, so is your mental health. If you need to talk, Zane State College does offer personal counseling. Counselor Heather Merry, M.Ed., PCC, is available via WebEx or phone call: Click here to schedule online. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact the Crises Text Line at 741741 (24/7, confidential service). The Crises Hotline is also open after business hours by calling 740.344.5818 (serving Muskingum, Guernsey, Noble, Perry, Coshocton, Morgan counties).
Now for the latest updates:
As promised, I will plan to send a second bi-weekly communication on Thursday. Since changes happen daily, you might want to consider following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, for any additional messaging. If you chose to opt out of text messaging and would like to start receiving text alerts from Zane State College, please contact the Technology Solutions Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to be re-added to the distribution list.