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HGAC FAQs

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​When will HGAC reopen to students?

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HGAC will continue to adhere to the direction of the Governor's Office and reopen under close monitoring and supervision.

HGAC will be to return existing summer 2020 term students in phases beginning July 6, 2020. Existing students will be contacted by their counselor and nursing staff prior to returning. Counselors will establish a return date and time for every student returning. Notification to staff and students will continue to be completed through HGAC's RAVE Emergency Communication System, when applicable. Students have been instructed to monitor the RAVE notifications and adhere to what is communicated through this system.



​Can existing HGAC students complete their term?

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On May 4, 2020, the CTI summer term began to provide on-going remote/virtual instruction only for continuing students who are already enrolled in a CTI training program. Students will begin to return to campus on July 6, 2020, in a phased approach. In-classroom instruction will begin on Monday, July 13, 2020, for students currently enrolled in remote/virtual instruction for the summer 2020 term.

Students who are finishing in the Center for Occupational Readiness (COR) or Cognitive Skills Enhancement Program (CSEP) will continue with deferment into their CTI training programs for the fall term. We will also schedule new referrals for CTI, COR, and CSEP for the fall term.

The fall term for CTI begins August 31, 2020. COR and CSEP will begin on September 7, 2020. 


​How were CARES Act funds used by the Commonwealth Technical Institute?

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The first wave of CARES Act funding was received and distributed directly to our students who were eligible for Title IV funding at the time legislation was passed by the Federal government. Funds were distributed evenly to all eligible students.

The second wave of CARES Act funding was received and used by the Commonwealth Technical Institute to adapt and adjust our classrooms to remote/virtual instruction and distance learning environments.