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Reopening Mott Library: HEALTH ASSESSMENT

Mott Library is now open for business.

Wellness Check IconAssess your health before you travel to Mott Community College.

Mandatory Health and Wellness Check

Keep in mind we are looking for new or unusual signs and symptoms.  Example: If you have seasonal allergies and you know you have a dry hacky cough, runny nose, and red watery eyes every fall, this is your personal baseline. If they are different or worse than prior experiences, these symptoms should be reported.

All individuals should take their temperature every day starting one week prior to returning to campus. Daily temperatures should be recorded to look at trends.  A normal body temperature ranges from 97 °F to 99 ° F, with an average of 98.6 ° F.  Knowing your personal baseline will help determine if you should be concerned. MCC will not be able to provide thermometers for employees and students, but employees with a Flexible Spending Account or a Health Savings Account can use those accounts to purchase a thermometer. This can be done using the FSA or HSA purchase card (credit card). Please make sure to keep your receipt when making any FSA or HSA purchase.

MCC COVID-19 Self Reporting

In an effort to proactively take measures to keep our campus community as safe as possible as a result of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, we are asking for your help to ensure the good health and safety of all students and employees consistent with Board Policy - 5502 Communicable Diseases. You can help by self-reporting any COVID-19 related concerns to the Mott Community College (MCC) Department of Public Safety (DPS). This information will also allow the College to better assist employees with the new Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) employee benefits. Please know that working remotely and practicing social distancing is not considered a quarantine or isolation. The reasons for reporting are listed below. Thank you for your help.  

When Should You Self-Report ?

Please self-report for any one of the following situations: 

Quarantine

  • You have been advised by a healthcare provider to self-quarantine

  • You have self-quarantined as a preventative care measure because of COVID-19 related symptoms as described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (i.e. fever, cough, difficulty breathing)

  • You are subject to a quarantine or isolation order 

Care for Others

  • You are caring for an individual who is subject to a medical order as described above

  • You must care for an at-risk family member who is following a requirement or recommendation to quarantine due to exposure to or symptoms of COVID-19

Exposure

  • You know or have reason to believe another employee has COVID-19 (see Board Policy - 5502 Communicable Diseases)

  • You have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19

  • You believe you have been exposed to COVID-19

  • You are experiencing symptoms and are actively seeking a medical diagnosis

Diagnosis

  • You have been diagnosed with/tested positive for COVID-19

 

How to self-report:

Contact the MCC Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 810-762-0222 anytime day or night. When you call DPS they will gather some information for follow-up.  

COVID-19 and Respecting Others Confidential Health Information

You may hear or become aware of an employee or a student who has been tested or diagnosed with COVID-19. This is a reminder that consistent with Board Policy - 5502 Communicable Diseases, health information is confidential and must not be inappropriately disclosed to others. If you have information related to another employee or student, please call and report this to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 810-762-0222. This information will be confidentially managed to ensure only those with a need to know are informed. You can help by not engaging others who do not have a need to know and by refraining from open dialogue or discussion about an individual employee or student medical status. For employees, generally, those with a need to know are an employee’s supervisor, certain members of Administration, and human resources. For a student, generally, those with a need to know are the student’s faculty, Dean, and certain members of Administration. Your help and consideration will help us as a campus community ensure we treat all members with dignity and respect.

As an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution, the College encourages diversity and provides equal opportunity in education, employment, all of its programs, and the use of its facilities. The College does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, gender, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, veteran’s status, age, disability unrelated to an individual’s ability to perform adequately, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Title IX Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St., Prahl College Center –Student Success Services Center (PCC-2280E), Flint, MI 48503, (810) 762-0024.

Title II, ADA, Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St., Curtice-Mott Complex (CM-1117, Flint, MI 48503 (810) 762-0373.

Section 504 Coordinator Contact Information: 1401 E. Court St., Prahl College Center (PCC-2280A), Flint, MI 48503 (810) 232-2557.

Mott Community College | 1401 E. Court Street | Flint, Michigan 48503 | (810) 762-0200