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Chanute Current Level 4

Ottawa Current Level 4

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COVID Levels Overview

What to do if I am positive or hear about someone who is positive for COVID-19

Chanute Campus Contact Information

Ottawa Campus Contact Information

CARES ACT Grant Disbursement Methodology

HEERF Grant Disbursement Methodology

HEERF and SAIHE Disbursement Methodology

COVID Protocol FAQs

Testing and Vaccination Information

Friday, November 12, 2021
Neosho County Community College: Weekly Coronavirus Status Report
Official Statement from NCCC President Dr. Brian Inbody
Below is a report of the number for each campus of those who are isolating and those who are active COVID-19 positive as of 11/12/2021. COVID-19 positive cases were identified through self-reports and/or by testing protocols at NCCC.
Chanute Campus
Number of active COVID-19 positive cases: 3
Number currently in self-isolation: 2
Ottawa Campus
Number of active COVID-19 positive cases: 1

Number currently in self-isolation: 1


Neosho County Community College remains committed to an aggressive response to the COVID-19 threat. This response involves an array of initiatives including randomized testing of resident hall and student-athletes, requiring face coverings, self-check protocols, frequent hand sanitizing, socialdistancing classes where plausible, installation of air purification systems, Lexan barriers, and limited use of college facilities.


The college has also released a pdf of the entire phase plan.

Neosho County Community College COVID-19 News

World Health Organization

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Franklin County Health Department

Neosho County Health Department

Anderson County Health Department