Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Resources

Nashville State Community College continues to monitor COVID-19. We encourage faculty, staff, and students to remain vigilant with personal health.

This webpage will serve as the information source for Nashville State relating to the Coronavirus outbreak and our response. In addition to College announcements, this site contains links to national, state, and local informational resources that provide updates on the outbreak.

White Bridge Campus Access Map/Welcome Check-in (Student Services and Weld buildings)

*All entry/welcome points for extended campuses are located at the main entrance.

Self-Reporting

If a student tests positive for COVID-19 or may have been exposed, please email virusinfo@nscc.edu. An email with information will be sent on how to communicate with instructors. Please see campus safety requirements below.

Responsible Return to Campus Phase Plan

See Nashville State's strategy for a Responsible Return to Campus.

Current Status for Nashville State Campuses:

  • Clarksville - Phase 4
  • Dickson - Phase 4
  • Humphreys County - Phase 4
  • Southeast Davidson - Phase 4
  • White Bridge - Phase 4

Campus Safety Requirements

Because of COVID-19, anyone seeking to gain access to campus will be required to follow certain safety protocols. At this time, the requirements are:

  • Nashville State Community College prefers that masks continue to be worn by everyone regardless of vaccination status. Masks are required indoors when social distancing is not possible, including classroom settings, meetings, and common areas.
  • No gatherings larger than 100 people.
  • Students and visitors may enter (though not required) the White Bridge campus through welcome check-in at Weld (W) building and Student Services (S) building for helpful assistance. For extended campuses, use the main entries.
  • Individuals who are feeling ill, with common COVID-19 symptoms or other symptoms, or who have been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID 19, should not come to campus.
  • Maintain 6 feet of social distancing whenever possible.
  • Report any exposure you have had or diagnosis of COVID-19 to your supervisor or instructor, including any health changes that occur after being admitted to campus.

What Students Need to Know (Phase 4)

  • Contact the office that you wish to make an appointment with. While an appointment is not required, it is recommended. A list of student services contact information on all campuses is on the student online resources page.
  • Limited campus computers are available. You can make an appointment to use a computer on campus. More information about campus computers can be found here.
  • Students are expected to follow all campus safety requirements.
  • Students may enter (though not required) the White Bridge campus through welcome check-in at Weld (W) building and Student Services (S) building for helpful assistance. For extended campuses use main entries.

  • For everyone’s safety, all water fountains are temporarily unavailable.

  • Visitor's procedure to ensure a safe and supportive environment for students and Nashville State employees all students and guests are required to follow Nashville State COVID-19 safety guidelines during their time on campus.

Guiding Principles

Nashville State's priority is the safety of our students, faculty, and staff while carrying out our mission.

  • We will follow applicable Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state and local health guidelines.
  • We will evaluate and implement health and safety measures to support the phased return.
  • We will be flexible to address new situations and changes in requirements, guidelines, and best practices.