ACCS Directive on Ebola Screening
Attached is a memo from Chancellor Mark Heinrich outlining his Directive on Ebola Screening. The Department of Postsecondary Education is closely monitoring the current outbreak of Ebola through various means, and is in communication with State public health officials and college peers. The Department will continue to update directives as appropriate. Providing a safe education and work environment for ACCS students, faculty and staff is of highest priority.
ESCC students, faculty, or employees who have traveled in Ebola-affected countries within the past 21 days must notify the President's office.
Please review the attached information and follow this directive accordingly.
Directive on Ebola Screening
Office 365 Available Free For Students
Enterprise State Community College is now able to provide any currently enrolled student Microsoft Office 365 for free. Below is a link to the information needed to get started. You will need to enter your student email address, submit it for verification, and then check your student email account for a link to sign up and install the software.
College ID and Parking Tags
Beginning November 1, 2014 all students, employees (full-time and part-time) will be required to wear ESCC IDs at all times while on campus/site.
Security officers will begin issuing parking tickets for not having parking tags properly displayed on November 1. Please be advised, parking fines will NOT be waived if parking tag is not displayed.
ESCC SOFTBALL SIGNING DAY
ESCC Selects SGA Officers
Enterprise State Community College recently held elections for next year’s Student Government Association (SGA). The winning officers include: (L-R) Secretary, Haley McAdams of Samson; President, B.J. Massey of Kinston; Vice President, Saege Johnson of Elba; and Treasurer, Grady Whittaker of New Brockton.