Independence Community College moves to ‘study-in-place’ this week

The program is being implemented for all students on the Main and ICC West campuses.
Independence College

INDEPENDENCE, Ks. – Officials with Independence Community College announced on social media that they are moving to ‘study-in-place’ program starting Sunday, Sept. 20th.

The program is being implemented for all students on the Main and ICC West campuses.

According to the Independence Community College’s Facebook post, the effort is a precaution is to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and eventual return to “phased out” status and “normal” campus operations.

The program means students can remain in their residence hall room and do not have to go home. Students can walk to the Student Union to get their meals and bring them back to their rooms. Any student in isolation will have meals brought to them.

The program also allows students to use outdoor spaces on their own time with no more than one other person but will have to wear masks and socially distance.

All athlete activities are cancelled and all College offices and departments will be closed for the week, with faculty working remotely. The Library and tutoring center will also be closed but students will have access to NetTutor.

Starting Sunday, September 20, 2020, ICC will implement our "study-in-place" program for all campus students on the Main…

Posted by Independence Community College on Sunday, September 20, 2020