Call (585) 978-8240 to schedule an appointment. Finger Lakes Community College occupies a 250-acre campus near Canandaigua Lake in the beautiful Finger Lakes region, just 35 minutes from Rochester. Students will get an email from StudentAffairs@flcc.edu indicating whether their class(es) will continue to be in-person or switch to remote, along with information on how we can help you with the transition. To drop an individual course, submit a Completed Drop Form (available at www.flcc.edu/pdf/onestop/dropadd.pdf) to the One Stop Center, Geneva Campus Center, Victor Campus Center or Newark Campus Center. In either instance, our student support services will be ready and eager to help! FLCC operates campus centers in Geneva, Newark, and Victor and the Muller Field Station and East Hill Campus. View more information about our spring athletics plan. You are welcome to go to an FLCC location and use College WiFi. In WebAdvisor, online classes have a "U" or an "S" before the section number (example: ENG-101-U1). Located in the CAR Building (Parking Lot 5), One Stop Center staff can answer all of your questions and concerns. The SUNY Chancellor has established uniform sanctions, which took effect on Oct. 1, 2020, for student violation of COVID-19 safety protocols across all 64 campuses. Websites & Contacts Quarantine helps prevent the spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without experiencing symptoms. All club and organization meetings will be held virtually. Furniture has been spaced to allow for social distancing. Mon-Thu: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Math, science and writing tutoring will be available by in-person and remotely by appointment. Grayslake, Room B114; Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Cashier closes at 7 p.m.) Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Cashier closes at 4 p.m.) FLCC offers a wide range of programs online, allowing you to conveniently explore your academic interests and discover a fulfilling career path. Location, 2,243 Each person will get a testing kit upon arrival at the testing site. Current students must see an academic advisor to have their advising hold lifted before registering for classes. Failure to make satisfactory academic progress towards the completion of a degree or certificate may result in the loss of one or more semesters of New York State TAP or Aid for Part-time Studies (APTS). An email link will be sent to students in these categories or you can access. You can check the current status of available online courses by calling (585)785-1733. 2nd failed contract – three years leave from Finger Lakes Community College. If you are well, practice these protective measures: The College will follow New York State Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control protocols for appropriate cleaning and disinfecting for both suspected and confirmed COVID-19 cases. We are providing services by email, phone and chat. Please call ahead or make appointments for services. Cafe seating, lounges and study areas are available. You can do this through your academic advisor or via email at onestop@flcc.edu. Isolation is used to separate people infected with the virus (those who are sick with COVID-19 and those with no symptoms) from people who are not infected. If the pooled sample is positive, then each sample will be tested individually to find out which was positive. You will be informed of test results as soon as they are available. Academic Advising, Career and Transfer Services, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, NY 14424. Contact FLCC's Office of Online Learning at (585)785-1733, and we will help you get the information you need. Web: www.flcc.edu/bursar With the holidays approaching, FLCC will step up its prevention measures to keep our community safe. Please view information and schedules on the Academic Success and Access Programs web page. Test results numbers (aggregate) are available on the FLCC COVID-19 dashboard. Information on CampusClear will also be emailed to new students before classes start. For students with internet access problems at home, check with the helpdesk@flcc.edu for options. COVID-19 Information: View the Latest News and Updates. Hours Mon-Thu: 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Virtual/Remote Services currently available. Laker Loot purchases are tax-free, equaling a 7.5 percent savings, and may also be used in snack and beverage vending machines at all campus sites. To add or drop classes after you have registered, please contact Academic Advising, Career and Transfer Services at aacts@flcc.edu. Web: www.flcc.edu/marketing Please continue to check your FLCC e-mail for further information. Hours In this turbulent time, this can be even more stressful. Financial aid SAP status includes all previous academic history, even if the student did not receive financial aid. Self-initiating the withdrawal before the deadline will ensure that you do not receive an "F" grade for the course. Full details on violations and sanctions are available in the chancellor's memo. Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is defined as the successful completion of coursework toward an eligible certificate or degree. FLCC has replaced all electronic hand dryers with paper towels due to research that suggests the virus can be transmitted in aerosol form. Here are several to watch out for: We ask that everyone carefully look at all emails. Online: Course content, such as readings, assignments and tests, is available through the internet with no scheduled class meetings. Please stay 6 feet from others in hallways, offices and classrooms. The Student Center features a cafeteria, bookstore, student space, auditorium and the One Stop Center. Please complete a computer loan agreement form to submit a request. No spectators will be allowed in adherence with state mandates for collegiate athletics. This policy applies only during the emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact us by email or phone. We have received clearance to start the application process for the emergency grant. A COVID-19 test will tell you if the virus is active at the time of testing. Men's and women's basketball games are postponed until the spring semester. If you do not have a primary care provider, there are a few local options: UR Medicine Urgent Care will test only if you have symptoms and after being evaluated by a provider. For more information about services and hours, visit the AACTS webpage. Some offices will welcome walk-ins, while others will ask you to make an appointment so you don't have to wait. Please see the appropriate session chart for course specific dates. FLCC is participating in the pooled testing surveillance program through SUNY Upstate Medical University to identify individuals who may be asymptomatic to prevent the spread of illness. Students participate in a variety of activities including student government, clubs, intramurals, honor societies and musical groups. Please contact the Office of Housing & Residential Life at (585) 785-1643 or housing@flcc.edu to find out what local options are available. Disinfecting solution with paper towels and instructions will be in all classrooms and common areas for use. If you need assistance gaining access to your course(s), please visit the Open SUNY help page or call 1(844)673-6786 (Open SUNY). Students may receive a free mask from the Student Corporation by filling out a face mask request form. Hybrid courses offer the best of both worlds by combining in-person classroom instruction with online learning activities.