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new orleans eastern college covid-19 letter

covid-19 update

eastern college of health vocations students:

i continue to be deeply grateful for all you have done to make transitioning to distance educational as smooth as possible. these are certainly challenging times now and in the near future but, one thing i know about our eastern college students, you all can get it done!  under current guidance from state officials, we will continue to educate via distance learning until it is safe to gather in mass again; we will soon be back to our norm and resume classes at the campus as quickly as possible.  we must all continue to do our part in helping to prevent the spread of the covid-19 virus; therefore, in accordance with the both federal and state guidance, eastern college will remain closed at its physical location until monday, june 1st, 2020, or until it is deemed safe to gather in mass again, when we will resume classes at normal times.  classes will continue to be delivered electronically until this time.  please read the following carefully:

emergency financial aid grants to students

under the coronavirus aid, relief, and economic security (cares) act

the u.s. department of education has made emergency financial aid grants available to students of our institution who need financial support for their expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus.  this application permits students to apply for these need-based grants.

//www.865got.net/2020/04/29/emergency-financial-aid-grants-to-students/

campus administration will use the information you provide to determine your eligibility for a grant and the amount for which you will be eligible. each student will be eligible for only one grant, made in multiple payments as long as funds remain, and only one application will be considered per student. please fill out this information completely as checks will be mailed to the address provided on this application. only active students who are participating in courses, who are in good standing and eligible to file a fafsa will be eligible to receive a grant.  each student is eligible for up to $1500.00 dollars in grant money from the cares act grant.  money will disbursed in 2 payments; the first one will be a check mailed immediately and the second disbursement will be sent at the end of your program.  the amount of the first payment will be based on successfully completed classes.  deadline is may 7th for the initial application process.

again, thank you all very much for your understanding and diligence and we look forward to seeing everyone on june 1st.  in the meantime, we will continue to have the campus staffed and will be available to help or answer any questions you may have.  you can contact your instructor directly via email or by using the remind 101 app or you may call the campus directly at 504-736-0654.  please stay safe and hang in there, it will get better.

dee enroth

coo

eastern college of health vocations

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little rock eastern college covid-19 letter

covid-19 update

eastern college of health vocations students:

i continue to be deeply grateful for all you have done to make transitioning to distance educational as smooth as possible. these are certainly challenging times now and in the near future but, one thing i know about our eastern college students, you all can get it done!  under current guidance from state officials, we will continue to educate via distance learning until it is safe to gather in mass again; we will soon be back to our norm and resume classes at the campus as quickly as possible.  we must all continue to do our part in helping to prevent the spread of the covid-19 virus; therefore, in accordance with the both federal and state guidance, eastern college will remain closed at its physical location until monday, june 1st, 2020, or until it is deemed safe to gather in mass again, when we will resume classes at normal times.  classes will continue to be delivered electronically until this time.  please read the following carefully:

emergency financial aid grants to students

under the coronavirus aid, relief, and economic security (cares) act

the u.s. department of education has made emergency financial aid grants available to students of our institution who need financial support for their expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus.  this application permits students to apply for these need-based grants.

//www.865got.net/2020/04/29/emergency-financial-aid-grants-to-students/

campus administration will use the information you provide to determine your eligibility for a grant and the amount for which you will be eligible. each student will be eligible for only one grant, made in multiple payments as long as funds remain, and only one application will be considered per student. please fill out this information completely as checks will be mailed to the address provided on this application. only active students who are participating in courses, who are in good standing and eligible to file a fafsa will be eligible to receive a grant.  each student is eligible for up to $1500.00 dollars in grant money from the cares act grant.  money will disbursed in 2 payments; the first one will be a check mailed immediately and the second disbursement will be sent at the end of your program.  the amount of the first payment will be based on successfully completed classes.  deadline is may 7th for the initial application process.

again, thank you all very much for your understanding and diligence and we look forward to seeing everyone on june 1st.  in the meantime, we will continue to have the campus staffed and will be available to help or answer any questions you may have.  you can contact your instructor directly via email or by using the remind 101 app or you may call the campus directly at 501-568-0211.  please stay safe and hang in there, it will get better.

dee enroth

coo

eastern college of health vocations

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eastern college of health vocations is open

new orleans   504-736-0654    svidrinve@easterncollege.edu

little rock      501-568-0211     sgrisham@easterncollege.edu

our country is in desperate need of educated, skilled healthcare workers now more than ever! eastern college of health vocations is here to help fill that need. eastern college of health vocations is open and enrolling for medical assistant and dental assistant classes now. you can do it from home, virtual classes are currently availble until physical classes are able to resume. make that call, help your country, and change your life forever.

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coronavirus letter

 

dear eastern college students,

with increased public attention on covid-19 (coronavirus), it is important to reassure you that eastern college of health vocations is doing everything possible to protect the health of our students and staff. we will continue to stay on top of the latest developments so we can better prepare and respond if this new virus is detected in our community.

what we are doing:

eastern college of health vocations remains diligent in our efforts to reduce the risks of illnesses for students and staff. these steps include:
• cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting frequently-touched surfaces and objects such as desks, keyboards, and doorknobs.
• reminding students to cover their mouth with their arm or tissues when sneezing or coughing.
• encouraging students to wash their hands regularly with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer.
• sending students home if they are sick.
• educating the public on the risks and prevention measures.
• monitoring updates from the centers for disease control and prevention.
• taking guidance from the arkansas state board of private career education and the louisiana board of regents regarding potential impacts on school operations.
at this time we plan to continue on-campus classes moving forward; however, college officials are currently engaged in discussions about on-campus classes and will communicate any related updates as soon as decisions are made. students should prepare for the likelihood of all coursework being delivered via email or through an alternate delivery method should the need arise.

with the situation regarding coronavirus changing daily, we will continue to work closely with our partner agencies to monitor new information and share those updates with our school community. we encourage our families to follow directives, like travel restrictions, from the world health organization, cdc //www.cdc.gov/, arkansas department of emergency management, louisiana office of emergency preparedness, pulaski county office of emergency management and jefferson parish emergency management. this is also a good time to make household preparations, including plans for child care and transportation, should there be a potential disruption to school schedules in the future.

any updates will be sent via email, remind 101, and social media. if you have any questions or need any further information please contact our little rock campus at 501-568-0211 or our new orleans campus at 504-736-0654.

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