COVID-19 Information

It's OK to stay home.    Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms  should not come to campus  until they have determined  their COVID-19 status.

COVID-19 Information

This page was updated September 10, 2021 at noon (1200) EST


Notifying the College of COVID-19 Status
COVID-19 positive? Exposed? Learn how to notify the College of your COVID-19 status. 

Student Reporting Process and Guidelines **Updated September 7, 2021** 


Mitchell Community College administration continues to work with local and state health officials to monitor the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Our number one priority is always the safety and health of our students and employees.


Face Coverings Requirement **Updated September 10, 2021**

Face Coverings–Religious Exception **Updated August 9, 2021**



COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing (provided by StarMed)
Iredell County Health Department has partnered with StarMed to offer drive-thru testing at multiple locations around Iredell County, including Mitchell's Continuing Education Center Parking lot. Testing dates/times, locations and additional information can be found linked here. Please follow all signage and DO NOT exit your vehicle or enter a building––testing is conducted in a drive-thru setting. 



COVID-19 Vaccines
Find vaccine information and vaccines sites from Iredell County Health Department and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services



Returning to Campus 
Information for students and visitors to Mitchell campus, centers and locations can found linked here. 



Special Accommodations for Vulnerable Populations
As faculty, staff and students return to campus, the Accessibility Committee, led by the 504 and Accessibility Coordinator, will consider and design special accommodations for vulnerable populations and those at higher risk.


The Committee will review considerations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), state and local health officials, determining to what extent modifications can be made to meet the unique needs and circumstances of faculty, staff and students. Implementation of special accommodations will be guided by what is feasible, practical, acceptable and tailored to the needs of each individual.



Student Services Assistance
Student Services is available in-person and virtually based on individual student needs. Students are encouraged to call ahead before visiting the campus.



Student Support 
If you need support or assistance with non-academic challenges please contact or (704) 978-5426.



The College will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as needed.


For information previously released, please find our update archive linked here


Changes to College operations will be communicated through Mitchell's Emergency Notification System, on the Mitchell Website, on Mitchell social media channels, and through local media outlets. 



How You Can Reach Us
If you have a question that is not addressed in our FAQ, please complete this inquiry form. We will use the inquiries to help inform additions to the FAQs and future campus updates. During the week, you can expect a response within 24 hours.