COVID–19 Information for the CCA Community
If you have a positive test, symptoms, or are exposed to COVID-19
If you are sick, stay home! If you have a positive test, are showing symptoms, or have had close contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19 (defined as being within 6 feet of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period), you must follow these instructions:
- Use this form to self-report your case (you may also email COVIDresponse@cca.edu).
- Begin quarantine or isolation if appropriate, as soon as possible (you can determine if you should quarantine or isolate based on the protocols outlined here).
- You will be contacted by a member of our team who will collect information from you, guide you on your next-steps, and alert anyone who may need to be notified.
CCA is responsible for initiating the contact tracing process and will work with any sick students, faculty, or staff, along with public health officials, to identify and contact individuals who may have been exposed. Please reach out to your healthcare provider directly if you have any concerns about your health or your symptoms worsen.
CCA is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and following the guidance and recommendations of public health agencies. As the situation continues to change, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our CCA community, as well as our neighbors and loved ones at home. This page will be regularly updated as more information is available.
CCA is tracking and reporting on positive cases among members of our community who are living or working on campus. This dashboard is updated twice weekly. It was last updated on Thursday, October 21.
All CCA students enrolled in on-campus classes (with the exception of those who receive an approved exemption) were required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by September 1, 2021.
In part to comply with recent changes in the San Francisco Public Health Orders, CCA will now require proof of vaccination—even if you have previously attested that you are fully vaccinated—or verification of an approved exemption. Beginning Monday, August 30, faculty, staff, and non-residential students must visit the public safety kiosk at 1111 in San Francisco or at Oliver Art Center in Oakland and present one of the accepted forms of vaccination documentation.
All students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated (including those who have an approved exemption) are required to submit a negative PCR COVID-19 test once per week. Testing resources can be found on Portal. For more information about this policy, click here.
Reframe: A Safe Return to CCA
Visit the Reframe: A Safe Return to CCA section of Portal for important information and resources to support living, learning, teaching, and working.