Update: August 12, 2021
Starting this fall, the Maine Community College System (MCCS) will require all students attending classes in person to be vaccinated against COVID-19, due to the recent surge in cases attributed to the delta variant.
The MCCS Board of Trustees unanimously approved the updated COVID safety protocol on Thursday.
Update: July 29, 2021
While EMCC is open, we are asking that everyone on campus wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. Resident students are required to get the vaccine, as are students in particular medical fields with clinical experiences.
APPLICATION for CARE Act Funds:
It is very important to access this application through MyEMCC so it will be pre-populated with your student data.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any questions.
The Federal CARES Act provides financial assistance to EMCC students who incurred expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus. We urge you to apply for this funding to help offset expenses you incurred due to the campus disruption caused when your classes were moved to remote or online instruction in March. Visit this page to learn more.
ELIGIBLE EXPENSES MAY INCLUDE:
· Continued cost of attendance at EMCC, including
· course materials,
· technology (including computer and internet access),
· health care and
· child care
STUDENT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
· Enrolled at Eastern Maine Community College
· Have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
· Meet basic eligibility criteria for federal financial aid and who have the greatest financial need can be considered for these funds. The EMCC Financial Aid Office will use Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) data to determine eligibility. If students are eligible to file a FAFSA but have not yet filed for 2019-20 and need assistance, please file a FAFSA at studentaid.gov.