Return to Campus Information
At St. Louis Community College the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and the St. Louis Community comes first.
If you are feeling ill:
If you feel ill, you should use the same judgment you would normally use about attending class or work, staying home or seeking medical care. Please notify your professors if you are unable to attend class. If you have the following symptoms, we encourage you to stay at home:
- Fever of 100.4°F [37.8°C] or greater using an oral thermometer before taking fever suppressants or cough/cold medicines.
- Fever and coughing.
- Fever and shortness of breath.
- Sore throat or fever.
- In some cases, gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea and loose stool with fever are reported as having developed prior to respiratory symptoms.
Digital textbooks and other similar resources are available online through several resources. Publishers and information providers are partnering to help ensure students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will have free access to quality digital learning materials.
Continually updated links to Temporarily Free Materials and Free Electronic Resources appear on STLCC Librarian-curated guides:
- COVID 19 Resources for Students
- Transitioning to Online Instruction > Digital Resources
- See if your course text book is offered in the free National Emergency Library from The National Internet Archive.
Books and materials must be ordered online through the STLCC Bookstore. Students who have been approved for bookstore accounts may place orders via the web. Book Accounts WVR is for students with a scholarship, financial aid, or a third-party fund paying for their books. Under payment, choose Book Account WVR to use the payment option.
Materials will ship free. Students who are unable to make their purchase online may contact their campus bookstore.
For more information and assistance, please contact student accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STLCC Safe Return Plan
St. Louis Community College is committed to the safety of our students, faculty, staff and broader STLCC community. This document makes use of what is currently known about best practices regarding COVID-19 along with local, state and federal guidelines. While changes are expected in the coming months, everyone is required to follow these rules when visiting a STLCC location every time in order to continue our mission of expanding minds and changing lives.
The Safe Return Plan has Information About:
- Face Coverings, types of masks to use and when to use them
- Personal care, housekeeping, PPE
- Safety in shared spaces, social distancing, lunch and meals