The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration ended at midnight on May 11, 2023.
East Georgia State College ceased its COVID-19 protocols beginning May 12, 2023.
Information on this page and its subpages is for archival use only.



Internet Service Provider Resources in Response to COVID-19

Please follow the links below to learn more about COVID-19 responses and offerings from the providers/resources listed (offerings subject to change):

Another very useful website to add to the list is which allows you to enter your zip code to determine internet options that are available in the respective area.

Update on April 23, 2020:

EGSC has joined Eduroam service to allow EGSC faculty, staff and students to easily access global roaming Wi-Fi. These Wi-Fi hotspots are available at colleges and universities, national labs, museums in Georgia and across the United States and allow for secure Wi-Fi access using your myEGSC login credentials so that no matter where you are, you can utilize Wi-Fi like you’re at EGSC. When you are at an Eduroam location, just select “eduroam” as the wireless network and enter your myEGSC login credentials and you’re all set!  Find an Eduroam location near you.

Update on July 21, 2020:

Northland Cable has set up several free WiFi hotspots around town in Swainsboro, Statesboro and Vidalia, GA. 

Update on July 23, 2020:

WiFi Access Points along the Statesboro "Blue Mile" have been announced. They are as follows:

Further COVID-19 Information and Downloads

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Coronavirus (COVID-19) page updates daily:

East Georgia State College's current Pandemic/Infectious Disease Response Plan (PDF) is currently being reviewed in light of the Coronavirus alerts.

East Georgia State College's Emergency Response Plan flip chart can be found in each office and the EGSC Police Department website, and contains pages relevant to pandemic/infectious disease response (PDF).

Apple Inc. – in partnership with the White House Coronavirus Task Force and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – released an app and website that guides Americans through a series of questions about their health and exposure to determine if they should seek care for COVID-19 symptoms. The tool provides CDC recommendations on next steps including guidance on social distancing and self-isolating, how to closely monitor symptoms, recommendations on testing, and when to contact a medical provider.

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