Self-Reporting Instructions for Students

Any and all information gathered through the Northwest Mississippi Community College reporting process will remain as private as possible.

Self-Reporting Health and Travel Online Form

  • If you have been asked to return to campus to continue your course
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 OR are being actively monitored or observed by any local, county, state or federal public health agency due to risk of Coronavirus, please click here to complete the daily check-in survey.
  • If you have been confirmed as having the COVID-19 virus, please report immediately via the online health form provided.
  • If you have had contact with anyone who has been confirmed by laboratory testing to have COVID-19 or anyone who is currently being tested, you are required to report this to the college via the online health form provided.
  • If you have traveled to/returned from a cruise, traveled in Mississippi to any county other than Benton, Calhoun, DeSoto, Lafayette, Marshall, Panola, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tunica or Yalobusha , or traveled to any of these countries since March 1, 2020, please immediately report this travel via the online travel form provided. This form must be completed even if self-quarantine is not requested.  CDC designated countries are indicated here:…
  • Iran
  • China
  • Italy
  • South Korea
  • All European countries, as indicated here:

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Northwest Mississippi Community College will deliver the vast majority of its summer slate of academic courses in an online platform.  4-week Summer I and Summer II semester courses will be conducted online, as well as the 8-week traditional summer courses will continue to be delivered online. 

College officials continue to actively monitor news and information pertaining to the novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).  We remain in regular contact with the Mississippi Department of Health and other health officials, as well as other community colleges and universities in our state and region. The College is committed to taking all necessary precautions to keep our students, faculty, staff, and the community as safe as possible.

Yesterday, Governor Tate Reeves declared a State of Emergency for Mississippi.  In his message, he stated, “We must all act together to stop the unnecessary spread of this virus. To that end, we’ve asked citizens to do things that may be hard.”  One of the things he mentioned in his message was the recommendation for employees to work from home where possible.  Therefore, in an effort to limit the spread of the virus and in keeping with Governor Reeves’ recommendation, only essential personnel will be needed to come in to work this week, March 16-20, 2020.  All other employees will work from home, as necessary.