COVID-19 Updates for Students

All students, employees, contractors, and visitors:

You must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or have an approved exemption before entering CCC buildings. Face coverings are required for everyone while indoors.

Please arrive early as it may take an extra few minutes to check in at the COVID monitoring stations located at the entrances for each building.

Please note that there is only one entrance to AC1 and AC2: Only use the AC1 entrance near the Welcome Center/Forum Hall/Across from the Soccer field. Only use the AC2/Library entrance near the Counseling offices.

Student Guide for Returning to Campus

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Students: You are required to upload your COVID vaccination card before you can be cleared to be on campus.

Self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms must be performed daily before coming to campus.

Please review the updated student guide for returning to campus.

Student Guide

COVID-19 Reporting Form

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Students, if you have COVID symptoms, test positive for COVID, or had recent exposure to someone who has symptoms or tested positive, please complete the short online reporting form linked below.

Instructions: Enter your contact information, answer four yes or no questions, and hit submit.

We can no longer accept this information via phone or email.

COVID-19 Reporting Form

Important Information for Spring 2022

For Spring 2022, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a medical/religious exemption is required for in-person classes and services. This requirement does not apply to fully online students.

Please note you need to be registered in classes for fall 2021 or spring 2022 before you can upload your vaccination information.

For classes starting January 10, please note the following deadlines:

  1. Submit a request for medical or religious exemption by December 13, 2021, before 5 pm
  2. Upload proof of vaccination by January 3, 2022, before 5 pm (upload as soon as possible)

Reminder: The deadline for Fall 2021 is November 10, 2021, before 5 pm. Please disregard if you have already submitted documentation. You only need to submit your proof of vaccination or exemption request once for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 . Face covering required for everyone while indoors.

If you need help uploading your vaccine information, please contact the Welcome Center at 559-325-5421  or email:

Visit for additional details and the exemption forms.

Board Meetings Regarding Vaccine Mandates

Special board meeting: September 24, 2021

The vaccine mandate for students was extended to November 15th, 2021.

Special board meeting: August 23, 2021

State Center Community College District Trustees voted to mandate vaccines for students, employees, contractors, and visitors.

The District’s COVID-19 protective measures are subject to legally required exemptions for sincerely held religious beliefs and medical conditions.

COVID-19 Updates for 2021: Including information on policies on facial coverings.

Student Religious Exemption Form

Student Medical Exemption Form


Exemption Forms / Questions

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State Center Community College District Vaccine Requirements Frequently Asked Questions.

Medical & Religious Exemption Forms are available.

Ask questions and get your questions answered.

Exemption Forms / Q&A

Mandated COVID-19 Testing

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COVID-19 Testing

Required COVID-19 testing if you received a religious or medical exemption.

You must not have anything to eat or drink the hour prior to testing.

Testing Details

Point and Click Campus Check-In Process

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Please have your badge ready on your phone

Use the Point-N-Click link below to access your badge on your phone and show it to the door monitor.

Remember, you will need your SCCCD login to access your badge.

Open Point-N-Click

Facial Coverings

Facial Coverings at Clovis Community College:

Facial coverings must be worn in common areas indoors, such as hallways, classrooms, breakrooms, restrooms, elevators, and stairwells as well as open area offices and cubicles, conference rooms, and in single-person offices when more than one person is present.


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Let's Get to Immunity

The California Department of Public Health on Vaccines. Learn more about the safety and benefits of vaccines and how to get vaccinated.

Get Vaccinated

California All

California All

The State of California's COVID-19 resource website.



Health Services Recommendations

Resources put together by Clovis Community College Health Services to provide guidance for students on staying healthy.

Resources for Students



The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) on understanding how COVID-19 vaccines work.

How COVID-19 Vaccines Work


CDC: Benefits of Getting the Vaccine

The CDC on the benefits of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Benefits of Getting the Vaccine

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Returning to Campus

COVID-19 safety recommendations for students returning to campus.

Return to campus safely