SCC is Lifting All Restrictions Related to COVID-19

April 25, 2022:

Effective at the end of the Spring semester, Solano Community College is lifting all restrictions related to COVID-19. Students, visitors, and employees of the college will no longer be required to wear masks indoors or show proof of vaccination or a negative test.

The current Board of Trustees resolution (No. 21/22-17) requiring indoor masking and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test expires on May 26, the end of the Spring 2022 semester. There is currently no indication that the Board will renew the resolution. Of course, should the health climate change, the Board will be responsive to the health and safety of our community.

As always, Solano Community College follows guidance from the Solano County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control. Based on the trajectory of infections and hospitalizations, masks are no longer required but are still widely encouraged. Similarly, anyone on the Solano Community College campus is encouraged to wear a mask and get vaccinated and boosted, though such actions are no longer required.

Because personal choice is important and everyone’s health situation is unique, beginning in the Summer 2022 semester, Solano Community College will continue to offer online classes for those who feel cautious coming to campus or who simply like the convenience and flexibility of online learning. At the same time, the college will be bringing back more in-person classes at its Fairfield, Vacaville, and Vallejo locations. Similarly, many student services, like counseling, financial aid, and enrollment support, will be offered both online and in-person. Please check our website at for information on specific services and when they will be available.

Enrollment for summer and fall classes is currently underway. You can search our class offerings on our website, and there are still many seats open in the classes you need.