South Plains College to Continue with Normal Class Schedule After Thanksgiving Holiday

South Plains College has announced that they will continue with the normal face to face class schedule following the Thanksgiving Holiday. The announcement came after Texas Tech University announced they would not resume classes after the Thanksgiving holiday.

President, Dr. Robin Satterwhite sent a letter to all students, faculty and staff saying:

To provide the highest quality of education, South Plains College will continue classes and final exams as scheduled during the weeks following the Thanksgiving Break (November 30 – December 10). Please follow the guidance of your individual instructors regarding how your final week of coursework and final exams will be delivered.

South Plains College and our students have been very successful in reducing the spread of COVID-19 this semester. We strongly encourage you to remain vigilant in wearing face coverings, monitoring your health, and implementing preventive measures to ensure that we complete the semester safely.

In the event that any federal, state, or local guidelines or circumstances change, additional correspondence will be sent to all students. Thank you for working so hard to help our College remain safe and effective during this time, and I wish you all very safe travels during the upcoming holiday seasons.

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