Our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
In the days following the global spread of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, Plaza College began enacting plans to continue academic operations in the event that the epidemic spread to the United States. Although it seemed unlikely at the time, just a few weeks later the virus would be raised to the status of pandemic by the World Health Organization. On Thursday, March 12, 2020, Plaza College announced that the remainder of the Winter 2020 semester would be conducted in the College’s virtual classrooms due to the rapidly evolving situation in the New York City area. The Spring, Fall, and Winter 2021 semesters also largely continued in the virtual environment with all resources remaining available to students. All Plaza College faculty and staff are easily reachable by phone, email, and virtual meetings. Limited on-campus operations and resources are available by appointment. The College has worked tirelessly to ensure that its students have the resources and support necessary to continue their studies and stay on their paths to graduation.
We continue to monitor the guidance provided by local and federal authorities and look forward to fully reopening our campus as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. The links below provide plans, resources, updates, and announcements for students, staff, and faculty. Please regularly check this page, as well as your Plaza College email and MyApps accounts, to stay current on the College’s response to the pandemic.
WINTER 2020 UPDATES
SPRING 2020 UPDATES
FALL 2020 UPDATES
WINTER 2021 UPDATES
SPRING 2021 UPDATES
FALL 2021 UPDATES
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