New restrictions in place for Fall 2020 as of 11/18/2020. See for more details.

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  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response

    Lewis and Clark Community College is currently operating in a hybrid approach for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.

    As of Wednesday, Nov. 18, new restrictions have been put into place for the remainder of the fall semester. The college will close for winter break early, at 4:30 p.m., Dec. 18, and will not reopen until Monday, Jan. 4. Read the full announcement.

    • All team members who can work remotely have been encouraged to do so.
    • Faculty members are being encouraged to complete face-to-face course requirements as soon as possible.
    • Many services are being offered remotely, and will continue to be available in person by appointment.
    • Student clubs and organizations will continue to meet virtually and hold virtual activities.

    Before Coming to Campus?

    Fill out our self-certification form prior to coming to campus each day. You will either receive clearance to proceed, or directions to contact the L&C Family Health Clinic for further instructions.

    What If I Have Symptoms, Have Tested Positive or Have Been Exposed to COVID-19?

    Select the option below that applies to get more information about who to contact and what steps to take next.

    Confirmed Cases on Campus


    Current Week
    Nov. 30-Dec. 6
    Cumulative cases
    Since July 13, 2020
    Students 2 36
    Employees 3 21
    Others on Campus 0 5
    Total 5 62

    COVID-19 confirmed cases updated on Dec. 3, 2020

    If you have been exposed while on campus, you will receive an LC Alert and further instructions in your email. Please take a moment to check your contact information in our system (log in with Blazernet ID and password).

    On-Campus Services

    The following service areas are offering on-campus and virtual services. Check a department’s website before coming to campus to verify current procedures.

    Keeping L&C Safe During COVID-19

    Here's what we're doing to help keep you safe:


    What you do to keep yourself and others safe:

    • DO NOT come to campus if you are sick!
    • You MUST wear a mask or cloth face covering while on campus, as required by state guidelines. (Disposable masks, as available, provided upon request.)
    • Respect social distancing guidelines (stay 6+ feet away from others and avoid gathering in groups).
    • Wash/sanitize your hands thoroughly and frequently, and avoid touching your face.
    • Be respectful of others.

    State & Local Information

    Staying informed is critical. Make sure you're getting your information from reputable sources.

    For info on the State of Illinois or your local community's response to the coronavirus pandemic, updated cases and community resources, please check the links below or contact your county's health department.

    Madison County COVID-19 Dashboard