To support the health and safety of students, employees, and members of the community, Solano Community College encourages everyone get the COVID-19 vaccinations. Masks will be required for all students, faculty, and staff in any indoor space in any SCC facility, regardless of vaccination status.
If you are vaccinated, you will need to provide evidence of your vaccine by October 15, 2021.
Students who choose not to be vaccinated will be required to test weekly before coming to campus for in-person classes or services.
Students who are not vaccinated or choose not to test have the option to drop the class with an “EW”- Excused Withdrawal, which is a non-punitive administrative notation. For information on the EW notation option, go to: http://www.solano.edu/ar/2021/Withdrawpetition.pdf.
Vaccination documentation collection begins now!
How to Submit Vaccine Documentation:
Effective October 15th, all Solano Community College students attending in-person classes or services (tutoring, counseling, etc.) will be required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID or submit to COVID testing two times per week, each week before accessing classes or services.
If you have been fully vaccinated, all you need to do is upload proof of full vaccination. You will only need to upload proof of full vaccination once each semester.
Beginning October 15th, you will need to upload proof of full vaccination once each semester or negative test results two times per week. For students attending in-person classes once per week, you will need to upload test results taken within 72 hours before attending class.
Contact the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org for help uploading your vaccination card. Keep in mind that files must be JPG, JPEG, PNG, or PDF, and cannot exceed 5MB in size.
How to Get Vaccinated!
On-Campus Vaccination Clinics
Solano College hosts vaccination clinics throughout the year in cooperation with the Solano County Department of Public Health and Touro University, California. Vaccine clinics will be advertised on Canvas, social media, and our Coronavirus Update homepage at http://solano.edu/coronavirus/
Local Vaccine Clinics
For more information about local vaccine availability, visit the Solano County vaccine website. This site is updated frequently with information about eligibility and vaccine sites in your area, including how to access vaccines via healthcare providers. You can also visit the State of California’s MyTurn website if you do not live in Solano County or you want more information about eligibility.