Communicable Disease Policy
The communicable disease policy of Surry Community College is an effort to ensure the health and safety of all employees and students. This policy includes, but is not limited to, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), chicken pox, hepatitis, measles, tuberculosis, meningitis, mononucleosis, and whooping cough.
Faculty, staff, students and employees of contractors or contracted services infected with communicable disease have the responsibility of reporting this fact to the Vice President of Student Development, the Vice President of Administrative Services, or the Vice President of Curriculum Programs.
The College will support an ongoing program of educating and informing faculty, staff, and students about communicable diseases, warning signs, and protective measures through publications, seminars, and other appropriate means.