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Covid-19 Information

For students, staff and the community about how TCC continues to keep us healthy, while providing education that is safe and equitable.

Fully Vaccinated Campus Re-Opening Plan

In order to comply with local ordinances, follow guidance from health authorities, and to provide a safe and healthy learning and working environment on campus and in the community, TCC has developed the Fully Vaccinated Campus Re-Opening Plan (FVCRP). The FVCRP details vaccinations and exemptions, masking, contact-tracing, exposure response procedures, sanitation procedures, and more.

Important Information

Visit these pages for the latest information about TCC's Covid-19 response.

TCC is Safety Focused

TCC works hard to ensure we are helping to keep our students, faculty and staff are safe. We follow all required guidance on operating the TCC campus and employ these basic tactics in fighting COVID-19 transmission:

  • requiring campus community members are fully vaccinated
  • wearing masks
  • washing hands
  • social distancing
  • campus check-ins for guests and visitors
  • cleaning and disinfecting

To read more, visit our Safe Start Plan.

View TCC COVID Dashboard


If we have suspended operations, you will be notified through our TCC Alerts (Omnilert) system that sends out calls, emails and text messages. Now is a great time to sign up for Omnilert or check and make sure your notification settings are correct. We also post messages on Facebook and Twitter, update the website, alert the news media, update the hotline and send out emails. Please be aware of these communication channels.

Stigma Related to COVID-19

Misinformation about coronavirus can create fear and hostility that hurts people and makes it harder to keep everyone healthy. We’re stronger as a community when we stand together against discrimination. Discrimination based on ethnicity or ancestry will make the situation worse. Having Chinese ancestry – or any other ancestry – does not make a person more vulnerable to this illness. Coronavirus doesn't recognize race, nationality nor ethnicity. Please help stop fear and discrimination by letting people know that being of Asian descent does not increase the chance of getting or spreading COVID-19. You can read more about this here and help fight stigma.

Read Dr. Harrell's message about how TCC stands by our Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Read the Board of Trustee's Statement Denouncing Xenophobia and Anti-Asian Sentiment.