Screening Protocols

Virtual Graduation

When first arriving during Welcome Week, all students will be screened, including a temperature check.

Throughout the semester, students, faculty, and staff will complete a daily self-screening questionnaire through Eagle’s Nest or the myPCC app. By signing up for daily reminders, everyone on campus will be prompted to easily track his health and stay aware of possible new COVID-related symptoms. Individuals who have screened negative for new symptoms are cleared to participate in classes, services, and events for that day.

If a student reports COVID-related symptoms through self-screening, teachers and work supervisors will be automatically notified to expect his absence. Those who feel ill or suspect they might have COVID-19 can either telescreen with a healthcare professional through the Graf Clinic or contact their personal healthcare provider and follow directions given. The Graf Clinic will also be providing testing services for symptomatic individuals.

Athletes involved in Eagles games and collegian sports will undergo additional screening before participating, and students involved in off-campus clinical settings will receive regular testing for COVID-19.

If you have additional questions about COVID-19 campus procedures regarding student self-screening protocols, visit the Coronavirus Response FAQs or talk with a PCC Cares representative at 1 (800) 722-3573.

Published8/18/2020