HAMPTON — Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) is planning for a fall 2021 return to campus that will include a variety of in-person, hybrid, and “hyflex” courses. The school is also planning the return of student support services and student activities.
TNCC’s leadership, faculty, and staff are designing and coordinating their efforts, which
will allow everyone to return to campus safely. Officials will continue to keep the community’s health and safety in mind while making these decisions.
The college’s Reconstitution Team is leading the efforts, guided by the work of its
multiple sub-committees. The Team’s subcommittees considerations will include:
a) Campus safety precautions (e.g., masks, physical distancing, testing, and vaccination
b) Instructional modalities
c) Facility utilization
e) Information technology
f) Student activities
g) In-person academic and student support services
h) Exposure and infection reporting and notification
i) Public health metrics, CDC, and VHD guidance
“While we plan to increase the percentage of face-to-face instruction, we will be flexible
and responsive to the changing public health conditions – scaling up or backward as
appropriate, ” said Dr. Towuanna Porter Brannon, president.
“Thomas Nelson students are eager to return to campus and we are excited to welcome
them back,” Brannon continued.
The fall schedule will be available Monday, April 12 and registration will begin Monday,
April 26. To submit questions, suggestions, or concerns about the fall 2021 re-opening, please click here.
Thomas Nelson officials are counting down to a comeback and will share information as
plans are confirmed.
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