by Alexandria Zine The joy of the past forges 4C's current optimistic core. Photo courtesy of President Cox The college routine has adjusted to pandemic life and remote learning. Please name a couple of updated highlights and lowlights. Our greatest highlight was the ability to rally the community and adjust to a virtual learning environment … Continue reading Q&A with President John Cox
By Gianna Pollock How was your transition from being town administrator to being VP for Finance at Cape Cod Community College (4C’s)? "The transition has been very smooth in terms of skills. I am learning the nuances of Community College finances and operations." What motivated you to leave the town government and come here to … Continue reading Q&A with vice president Chris Clark
by Evan Nikas Q: Since Cape Cod Community College’s (4Cs) closure earlier this year, a lot has changed since then. How has the college been coping with the changes due to COVID-19? A: It’s important to remember Cape Cod Community College did not close. As an agile learning community, very alert to what was transpiring … Continue reading Q&A with President John Cox
by Victoria Chiaramonte How has COVID affected the outreach to students in need? “We at the wellness center have tried not to interrupt services for students. We are utilizing zoom to check in with students and see them virtually.” What is the most common mental health issue among students coping with COVID? “Many students have … Continue reading Stressed-out? Q&A with senior academic advisor Dr. Maura Weir
by Victoria Chiaramonte Can you remember your first day on campus and can you describe it? “Yes. When I got to my first class in [Wilkens North] 115 I saw that the previous professor was still in there. His name was Dr. Ruben Baker, quite a character. I asked him if this was indeed North … Continue reading Q&A with long-time Professor John French.