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All students, faculty, and staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
- If you were on campus this fall and have already verified your vaccination status, no further action is required.
- If you will be new to campus this spring, the deadline to be fully vaccinated is January 10, 2022. You must attest (tell us) that you are fully vaccinated on or before this date by following these instructions. Please update your vaccination status in Workday as soon as possible.
- You will be required to show proof of vaccination when you arrive on campus for classes or housing move-in.
- If you cannot attest that you are fully vaccinated by January 10, you will be dropped from classes and will not be allowed to move in if you are new to student housing in January.
If you are unable to receive a vaccination in your current location and need a temporary extension, or would like more information about applying for a permanent exemption due to a disability, medical, or religious reason, please email email@example.com.
All students, faculty, and staff must provide proof of vaccination or approved exemption to access campus. Vaccination or exemption will be verified with an ID sticker, and IDs must be worn at all times. Read more here.
- Per the San Francisco Department of Health guidelines, the college will be making assignments based on double occupancy (2 persons per sleeping room)
- All residents are encouraged to complete their roommate preferences, and use the Roommate Matching feature in their CCA Housing Account, by June 1
- All unit types in CCA residence halls have in-unit bathrooms that are only shared with (suite mates / roommates)
- There are no common shared bathrooms at CCA
Indoor dining at Makers Cafe is available only for fully vaccinated patrons with a vaccine verification sticker on their ID. To-go and outdoor dining will remain available for patrons who are not fully vaccinated. Makers Cafe is not open to the general public. Masks must be worn indoors on campus. You may remove your mask while eating, but should put it back on when you are finished. There is no food service on the Oakland campus. For those taking classes, teaching, or working in Oakland, please make appropriate arrangements.
Housing and Dining During Winter Break
Founders Hall and Blattner Hall will remain open during the winter break for students who choose not to travel or for whom travel is not an option. Makers Cafe and the c-store will be closed from December 18 to January 9, so please plan to make other arrangements for meals.
If you have questions related to housing and dining, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health & Wellness
Information about CCA’s student health insurance plan and waivers, counseling services, and other resources to support students’ health, safety, and well-being may be found on the Health + Wellness Portal page.
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 should follow the steps outlined here. Students who have tested positive, show symptoms, or who have been exposed to COVID-19 should notify email@example.com immediately.
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.
Immigration has updated online learning policies for international students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Information can be found on the ISAP Portal page. ISAP staff are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment with an ISAP advisor for assistance.
Winter Break Travel Recommendations and Restrictions
Travel restrictions both internationally and within the U.S. have changed recently, and may continue to change quickly in response to new variants and policies. International travel may be especially challenging. We strongly encourage you to plan ahead, pay close attention to changing travel restrictions, remain flexible, and reconsider travel plans if necessary.
- The International Student Affairs and Programs (ISAP) team keeps the Travel in F-1 Status page updated with current guidance about vaccine requirements, travel restrictions, and COVID testing requirements. International students should contact email@example.com with specific questions.
- The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) maintains up-to-date international travel information and requirements, and recommends that all travelers carefully review current requirements for any country you plan to travel to or through (including connecting flights).
- Be sure to check current requirements for COVID testing and accepted vaccines, and allow plenty of time for vaccination and testing before you plan to enter or return to the U.S.
- Some students may choose to remain on campus through the break to avoid the uncertainty of travel restrictions. See below for information on housing and dining during the break.
Travel within the U.S.
- Students who are traveling within the U.S. should also review any COVID-related requirements for domestic flights and local jurisdictions to avoid a delayed return. Please review the CDC’s guidelines regarding Domestic Travel During COVID-19.
Mental Health Support
If you need of mental health support, please consider the following resources:
- CCA 24/7 mental health crisis hotline: 510-594-5099
- CCA counseling: 510-594-3670 (non-urgent consultations, referrals, and appointments)
- California Mental Health Warm Line: 855-845-7415 or visit online to take advantage of its instant messenger service.
IMMEDIATE RISK: If you or someone you know is at immediate risk of harming one’s self or others, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
During the campus closure, CCA Counseling Services continues to provide services. For detailed information about consultation, referral, and appointment availability, check the Counseling Services Tele-Mental-Health Portal page. For additional mental health resources, visit Student Resources for Mental Health during COVID–19.
If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or text HELLO to the Crisis Text Line 741741. If you identify as LGBTQ, contact the TrevorLifeline by calling their 24/7 line at 866-488-7386 or text START to their text line 678678.
If you need assistance contacting a healthcare provider or if you have questions regarding your student insurance coverage, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional assistance or referrals please fill out a CCA Care Form.
Vaccination Requirement for Students
If you will be new to campus this spring, the deadline to be fully vaccinated is January 10, 2022, and you must attest (tell us) that you are fully vaccinated on or before this date. Update your vaccination status in Workday as soon as possible by following these instructions. If you are a student, and cannot attest that you are fully vaccinated by this date, you will be dropped from classes and will not be allowed to move in (if you are new to student housing in January). If you need to request a temporary extension, or would like more information about applying for a permanent exemption due to a disability, medical, or religious reason, please email email@example.com.
Students are strongly encouraged to receive a booster shot as soon as they are eligible.
For more information, visit this page.