COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information: Central Oregon Community College supports the Stay Home, Save Lives initiative underway in Oregon.
Please see: COVID-19 updates for students and for general college information.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

Spring Term Information

COCC is open to serve students but facilities, with the exception of some computer labs, are closed.

Through the end of Spring Term, student services and classes will be available remotely.

For Students

  • Spring Term Updates
  • Getting Started for Spring Term
  • Facilities Information

Student Information

For Employees

  • Working Remotely
  • Policy Information
  • Insurance Information

Employee Information

Update April 24, 2020

Update from President Chesley

As the weekend approaches, I am pleased to share some positive news from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).  Today, the OHA estimates that the stay home and social distancing initiatives undertaken by the citizens of Oregon have prevented approximately 70,000 COVID-19 cases.

On Monday, St. Charles Health System reported that these initiatives have helped to lessen the number of COVID-19 cases in Central Oregon, but senior data scientist Michael Johnson warned that, if we were to relax social distancing by just 25 percent, we would likely see a significant resurgence of COVID-19 cases.

I'm sure that all of us are getting tired of the isolation we are experiencing, but please, let's stay strong and keep up the great work we've been doing in looking out for one another's health.

Stay home.  Save lives.  Show how Central Oregon cares.

Kindest regards,
Dr. Laurie Chesley
COCC President


COVID-19 Fact Sheet and Public Phone Line


COCC Communication About COVID-19 Accessible by Date

Community Resources

Deschutes County Health Services is now offering a daily email update on COVID-19. The daily updates will include updates on the COVID-19 situation locally, state-wide, nationally, and globally, as well as links to the most current resources. Sign up for daily email updates on COVID-19 from Deschutes County Health Services.

Below is the most updated information from the Central Oregon Emergency Information Network, Oregon Health Authority and Centers of Disease Control (CDC).

 

See link to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Fact Sheet (pdf)