FAQs

 

 

Video - Mental Wellness Tips

 

 

 

Weekly COVID Officer Update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information about Corona Virus

 

Healthy Together COVID-19 Response App

As part of our COVID-19 campus response,  We have partnered with Healthy Together to provide a mobile daily passport experience. Each day, prior to coming to campus, please take a minute and complete the passport survey through an online app.  It is important that you be honest in your responses to determine if you should come to work or attend classes.

To get started Please click here for the app link and information

 

 

 

     For Specific Requirements on SSC Campus please see
SSC COVID-19 Safety Procedure Manual

 

 

COVID-19 Procedures Explanation Powerpoint

 

 

COVID Procedures Video

 

 

COVID Possible Exposure Report Form

 

In order to keep the SSC campus community as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic we are asking if you have tested positive, currently in quarantine due to exposure from a positive contact, or in quarantine due to exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, to please complete the form above

 

 

 

 

Oklahoma Higher Ed State System -Corona

Oklahoma State Department of Health -COVID-19 in Oklahoma

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

2019 factsheet

Stop The Spread Of Germs

 

 From Senator Lankford Office

https://www.lankford.senate.gov/issues

https://www.ed.gov/coronavirus

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

OK State Travel advisories

 

CARES Act Funds Disbursement

 

For instructions on how to apply for HEERF II Funds, see Videos or HEERF II Funds FAQs

 

How to Apply for HEERF II Funds  -Video

 

 

How To Complete or Change your Direct Deposit Designation - Video

 

 

 

 

Reporting

 

Higher Education Emergency Relief Funding Report

 

Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report 03-31-21

Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report 12-2020

Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report 09-30-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Updates and Travel Guidelines

 

Year 2021

 

Continued Vigilance

 

Seminole State College encourages everyone to get vaccinated when they are eligible. When enough people get vaccinated, it makes the spread of COVID-19 from person to person unlikely, and the whole community enjoys greater protection. 

 

While SSC Students and employees continue to be vaccinated, everyone must continue wearing a mask, social distancing, and frequently washing hands to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

 

Year 2020

March 11  SSC closely monitoring Coronavirus

March 11 In light of Coronavirus

March 12 Attention Students living in campus housing

March 13 SSC Plans for Spring Break & following weeks

March 16 NJCAA Decision

March 19 Update on SSC Plans

March 20 Press Release - SSC Continues to Take Precautionary Measures During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 22 A Message from Financial Aid - Updated April 3

March 24 Message to Students

March 25 SSC Resident Property Pick up

March 25 To Campus Community

March 27 Resources

April 8 Concurrent Student Information

April 14 SSC Summer Classes to be Offered Online

April 22 SSC CARES Act Fund

April 27 Student Grade Scale Information

April 30 Infant Crisis Services’ BabyMobile

April 30 Campus Memo - Return to Work -CaresAct

May 7 Continued Social Distancing Recommendations

 

May 14 Possible Internet

Altice Advantage Internet (formerly SuddenLink and Optimum) is offering $0 internet, speed up to 30 mbps, through June 30, 2020. Starting July 1, 2020 it will be $14.99 plus taxes and fee each month. Please click on the link below to get more information.
https://www.alticeadvantageinternet.com/

 

 

June 11 Plans and Preparations for Fall 2020 at SSC

 

June 23 Admissions Enrollment Fall 2020

 

July 7 Letter from SSC President Regarding Fall Classes

 

July 7 Notification of Covid-19 Case

 

July 27 Campus Memo -Update on Mask Requirement

 

August 10 Campus Memo COVID continued response

 

August  25 Campus Memo-Addendums Safety Manual

 

November 17 Campus Memo

 

 

 

Vaccine Resources

 

Those who meet current Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) criteria may be able to schedule a vaccine appointment sooner at a location off campus. 

 

Steps to Take: 

  • Watch for vaccine opportunities on the Seminole State College campus communicated via SSC campus email. 

 

  • Register on the OSDH Vaccine Schedule Portal and complete the questionnaire to be notified of vaccine appointment availability at a community location. 
    • New appointments are posted to the OSDH portal as they become available. 
    • International and non-resident students who have permanent out-of-state addresses are also eligible to register through the OSDH portal using their current local address. International and non-resident students are eligible to receive the vaccine in Oklahoma. 

     

  • Some vaccine appointments across the state are not listed through the OSDH portal. Visit the following resources to see vaccine availability near you: 

 

  • Avoid COVID-19 vaccine scams. 
    • Verify the authenticity of vaccine appointment details. 
    • Don’t pay to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine.  
    • Watch for unexpected or unusual texts.  
      • If your health care provider or pharmacist has used text messages to contact you in the past, you might get a text from them about the vaccine. If you get a text, call your health care provider or pharmacist directly to make sure they sent the text. Scammers are texting, too, so don’t click on links in text messages – especially messages you didn’t expect. 
    • Don’t share your personal, financial, or health information with people you don’t know. 
    • Learn more at ftc.gov

 

Continued Vigilance

 

Seminole State College encourages everyone to get vaccinated when they are eligible. When enough people get vaccinated, it makes the spread of COVID-19 from person to person unlikely, and the whole community enjoys greater protection. 

 

While SSC Students and employees continue to be vaccinated, everyone must continue wearing a mask, social distancing, and frequently washing hands to stop the spread of COVID-19.