alert: classes cancelled due to poor air quality
Due to unhealthy air quality levels in the San Jose area, San Jose City College, Evergreen Valley College, the Community College Extension at Milpitas, and the SJECCD District Office will be closed and all classes cancelled beginning at noon Thursday, November 15, and continuing throughout the weekend. Operations are expected to resume as normal on Monday, November 19. While classes and campus offices will close at noon, employees will be released by 2:00 p.m. Key personnel will be required to remain on campus. These employees will be contacted by their supervisors.
We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as necessary. You can find more information on the air quality in your location by visiting www.airnow.gov and typing in your ZIP Code.
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The San José-Evergreen Community College District, on behalf of San José City College, Evergreen Valley College, and Community College Center for Economic Mobility, has begun conducting a comprehensive website assessment, including testing and remediation, to ensure that District websites comply with the accessibility requirements of section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and implementing regulations including W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
The District began its assessment in August 2017 and completed much of this work by January 2018.
It is of primary importance that all of our website visitors, including those with disabilities, are able to access and use our websites without barriers.
The District continues to make every effort to ensure our websites are ADA compliant and adhere to Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 Levels A, AA, and AAA.
While we are in compliance with the majority of these regulations, we continue dedicating resources toward mitigating remaining issues.
For additional information regarding the updated accessibility requirements for information and communication technology, please see click this link.
For help with a specific webpage accessibility issue, or to request an existing document be made available in an alternate format, please contact:
Sam Ho at (408) 223 6798
or by using the Web