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Message from Board Chair

April 15, 2020

Message from Southeast College Board of Governors Chair – Janice Giroux

The past couple of weeks have truly been some of the most challenging times that not only our College but our communities, our province and our country have experienced in many, many years.

Despite those challenges, Southeast College management, staff and instructors have worked tirelessly to ensure that students and their educational needs are at the forefront of everything that we do. Students have worked equally as hard adjusting to alternative learning methods while juggling the ever changing effects of the COVID-19 crisis. Just some of these transitional changes are highlighted below:

• Online and alternative learning options have been introduced in ways we never dreamed possible in such a short period of time.
• Student support has remained our number one priority as we have adjusted Student Advisor schedules to ensure that all of our students have continued virtual and telephone access to the supports that they are accustomed to on campus.
• Our College has seen an increased focus on collaboration and team work that has been proven over and over as staff go above and beyond to discover new program ideas, initiatives and projects that will enhance Southeast College not just now but in the years to come.

On behalf of the Southeast College Board of Governors, I would like to extend our sincere appreciation and gratitude to our students, staff and the communities that we serve for their patience, understanding, hard work and above all continued support the past few weeks.

Current information on Southeast College program and service updates will continue to be posted on our website at www.southeastcollege.org. Alternately staff can be reached by calling our toll-free registration line for information at 1-866-999-7372 OPTION 1, Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5pm.

Southeast College is proud to be the Trainer of Choice in Southeast Saskatchewan. The College offers innovative and flexible programming that encourages students to learn where they live.

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