Experiencing symptoms or exposed to COVID-19?
Have you been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19? Please contact your instructor to let them know. Then, follow our guide.
What can you do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Students, faculty, staff and guests are asked to continue to take reasonable precautions and be thoughtful about protecting each other from infection—particularly those who are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. CCS does not require face coverings though their use is encouraged in groups and public areas. Students and employees are also encouraged to wash their hands frequently and get vaccinated and boosted (including the flu vaccine).
Vaccinations not required for SCC and SFCC students
Beginning Fall Quarter 2022, SCC and SFCC students can attend in-person classes and seek on-campus support services regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status, except where otherwise directed (some healthcare programs). Students are encouraged, but not required to have COVID-19 vaccinations.
This decision was made by the presidents and chancellor in response to the low hospitalization rates with the current variants, increased community immunity and the wider availability of therapeutic medications.