Student Upcoming Events:December 7th: Phi Theta Kappa MeetingDecember 7th: Online II Fall Semester EndsDecember 12th: M/W Evening Fall Semester EndsDecember 13th: T/Th Evening Fall Semester EndsDecember 15th: Day Classes Fall Semester Ends
December 16th: Student Winter Break BeginsJanuary 11th: Spring Semester Begins (Online I, Day, M/W Evening)January 12th: Spring Semester Begins (T/Th Evening)January 16th: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – All School Holiday
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Latest Update: September 19, 2022
Ranken Technical College is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the pandemic, our actions have been guided by the CDC guidelines, along with the various counties’ guidelines and mandates. We continue to respond to the latest COVID-19 conditions with policies that will allow us to learn, work, and be in the community together safely.
Students are asked to follow the latest CDC guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19. As with any illness, we ask that students stay home if they are experiencing symptoms and inform their technical instructor that they will be absent from class. Students should keep all medical documentation, including test results. In the event a student needs to complete a Notice of Appeal Form for exceeding the allowable number of absences in a course, the student will then upload any medication documentation at that time.
Current COVID-19 Guidelines & Information
St. Louis City Health Department: https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/health/communicable-disease/covid-19/index.cfm
St. Louis County Health Department: https://stlouiscountymo.gov/st-louis-county-departments/public-health/covid-19/
St. Charles County Health Department: https://www.sccmo.org/2105/COVID-19
Perry County Health Department: https://www.perrycountyhealth.com/covid19-general-info.php
Find community COVID-19 levels and prevention steps by county https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/covid-by-county.html
Tested Positive for COVID-19? Student quarantines at home for 5 days, starting from symptom onset date. Student wears mask for 5 days following quarantine.
Exposed to COVID-19? Student wears mask for 10 days following exposure.
While masks will no longer be required by the City of St. Louis, any of our students or faculty/staff who wish to continue wearing them may do so. Some are ready for masks to go away but some also understandably still have concerns and will continue wearing them. Please be respectful of those making choices different from your own.
Eligible students that will receive Emergency Relief Grants due to the CARES Act need to sign up for e-refunds ASAP.
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It is very important for you to follow these instructions to continue to access your email and office apps on your desktop, phone, and the office.com website. Information Services will be enabling multi-factor authentication for your Office account beginning Tuesday, September 7. Please follow the instructions: Student - MFA Setup User Guide before Tuesday, September 7 to update your contact methods.
WHAT IS MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION(MFA)?
Multi-Factor Authentication for Email and Office 365. Multi-Factor authentication (a.k.a. MFA) is a method to help better secure email accounts and Office 365 access. This additional security comes from having to Approve the sign-ins to your account using a mobile device.
WHAT EMAIL CLIENTS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH OFFICE 365 MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION?
Below is a non-exhaustive list of email clients that are known to be compatible with Office 365 multi-factor authentication:
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From the Office of Student Success:
All returning students are advised to thoroughly review the 2022-2023 Student Handbook to ensure they are aware of new and updated policies. If you have questions or concerns, you may contact the Vice President for Student Success.
Crystal HerronVice President for Student Success314.email@example.com
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