Coronavirus

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College Operations

As events unfold across the country with the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, Co-Lin has been working to determine the best path for keeping everyone safe while continuing to provide our students, faculty/staff, and community with the services they need to be successful. At the link below, you can view our Protect Our Pack plan, a guide to a safe return for the Fall 2020 semester.

At the links below you will find updates regarding college operations.

COVID-19 Update | September 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update | June 10, 2020

COVID-19 Statement | April 16, 2020

COVID-19 Statement | March 18, 2020

COVID-19 Statement | March 13, 2020

Instruction & Student Support

Technology Needs:  For low-cost equipment and internet access, click here for more information.  For other resources available within the community click here.

Canvas Student Guide: Canvas is where you will access all your course materials. This page contains information on the basics of Canvas for students. For a complete guide for all of the features built into Canvas click here. For a brief video explaining how to access and navigate Canvas and its features click here.

Canvas Student App: The Canvas by Instructure app is the mobile version of Canvas that helps you stay current with your courses anywhere you go. Download the FREE Canvas app on Android and iOS devices.

Library Resources: You can access online Library resources by visiting our Libraries page here.

Free Online Tutoring: NetTutor is a free tutoring software that is available in each Canvas course. Click here for more information.

Technical Assistance: For Canvas issues, email Dr. Amanda Hood, Director of eLearning at amanda.hood@colin.edu.

If you have any technology challenges (other than Canvas), visit our Technology page here.

Instructional Questions: For all instructional questions, contact your instructor(s) directly. Access our Faculty/Staff Directory here.

WiFi Hot Spots

We understand some students may have limited broadband access. If you need to access Canvas or other class related materials from a broadband connection we have WiFi available from a designated area on each campus.

Wesson Campus- parking lot on the East side of the press box at H.L. Stone Football Stadium (in front of the tennis courts and baseball field). 

Simpson County Center- parking lot on the East side of the academic building in front of the modular units. The area in front of the white Adult Education modular unit provides the best access.

Natchez Campus- parking lot on the South side of the Howell Garner Building facing Alcorn's campus. We ask that you remain in your vehicles if you come to campus to use the WiFi and limit the times you come to campus from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.