link Resources for Faculty and Staff

Resources Faculty and Staff

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Faculty and Staff Resources

Mission Go app

Mission Go App

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  • For urgent, non-emergency issues: College-police services are accessible by calling the Santa Clara County Communications 408-299-2311 and ask for WEST VALLEY/MISSION COLLEGE DISTRICT POLICE
  • If you need assistance, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., please contact your respective division Dean and/or Administrative Specialist.
  • If you need assistance after 5:00 p.m. during:

Fall or Spring Semesters - Monday through Friday, please call the Evening/Weekend Supervisor at (408)590-2657.

Winter or Summer Sessions - Monday through Thursday, please call the Evening/Weekend Supervisor at (408)590-2657.

Getting Help

Campus Messaging

COVID-19 Reporting

Contact Mission College if you have been exposed to, or have tested positive for, the COVID 19 virus.

Staff/Students Coming to Campus

All employees much complete the Campus access form each time they come to campus.

Students and employees who comes to campus are required to take the self screening form for COVID-19.

Messages to Faculty

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In Case of Emergency/Crisis
Faculty Handbooks

The Faculty Handbook provides information to the Mission College faculty  regarding District and College organization, relevant academic and procedural information, instructional services available to faculty, student services available at the College, and faculty and student rights and responsibilities. 

The MC Distance Handbook is a supplemental guide to the Mission College Faculty Handbook. The goals of the handbook include to define distance education, and provide technical and pedagogical support for distance education courses and online course materials.

Faculty and Staff Resources