COVID-19 Information


On Monday, March 23, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice instituted a “stay-at-home” order effective at 8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 24. As part of that order, all state higher education institutions are expected to continue delivery of instruction to students and to provide essential services to those students who must remain on campus to complete their academic coursework. Additionally, only essential staff will be reporting to work, campus events are being canceled through the end of April, and campus buildings and offices will be closed although GSC will continue to conduct regular business, as much as possible. More information is provided below and in the left-hand menu.

Classes will resume for students on Monday, March 30 with all courses being delivered online or via an alternate delivery format following an extended Spring Break; students should contact their professors with any questions about course delivery formats. Residential students who left campus for spring break will not be allowed to return to campus as a residential student until further notice.

GSC will continue to conduct regular business, as much as possible, through work-at-home services but campus buildings and offices will be locked. You can access a directory of employees by clicking here.

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GSC is continuing to closely monitor updates from local, state, and national organizations in relation to COVID-19 concerns.

Click here to visit the CDC Coronavirus information hub for the latest information, updates, and advisories.