Arriving on Campus
Daily Campus Access
When students arrive on campus, please use the Main Entrance (the doors facing 101A) or the Judd Gregg Hall Entrance, depending on where your class is. Our welcome team will show you how to get your Daily Campus Access pass with the MyNCC app, and scan your temperature through our “no touch” thermal imaging system.
- NCC students can use the MyNCC app for their daily access pass. Please download the app at ncc.campusapp.com. If you are unable to use the app for any reason, you can simply sign in with one of our Campus Safety Assistants when you arrive.
- Health Screening: Our “no touch” thermal imaging system will detect whether a visitor has a fever. Please refrain from coming to campus until you are free of fever, without using a fever-reducing or other symptom altering medication (e.g., Tylenol, cough suppressants) for at least 24 hours and your symptoms have improved.
Nashua Community College Visitors Protocol
Due to current social distancing guidelines and practices, we ask that you please limit the amount of individuals you bring with you to visit our campus to one person. Please take a moment to review the instructions below before your visit to NCC.
In Preparation For Your Visit:
- Wash and/or sanitize your hands before and after your visit. Sanitizing stations are available upon entry to the building and many of our offices.
- Masks are now optional in all classrooms and labs, and masks are optional in all other areas of the campus. You can bring your own mask to campus.
- Have a photo ID readily available upon entry to the building (Military ID, Passport, Driver’s license, and or prior NCC Student ID) and a visitor ID sticker will be provided to you upon entry.
- Make sure to give each other plenty of space as you move through the building, and practice social distancing.
Once You Arrive On Campus:
Please enter the campus in one of three following entrances:
- Main Building Entrance
- Judd Gregg Hall Entrance
- Automotive Building Entrance
Once you enter the building, you will be immediately be screened for your temperature through thermal imaging system and will be met by a Camus Safety Assistant (CSA). The CSA will ask you to provide your photo ID and complete the screening process with you. The CSA will contact the office you are scheduled to meet with, and a representative of that office will meet you at the front door. The CSA will be able to assist you with any questions you may have.
|***IMPORTANT: if you feel sick, have a fever, are coughing, having difficulty breathing or have been in close contact with a person with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last two weeks, please contact the office you are meeting with prior to coming to NCC to reschedule your appointment for a later date.|
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