This fall, TCC will be a fully vaccinated campus

Covid-19 Information. Get in touch with us. Information for Current Students.

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Safe Start Plan

Information about TCC's Covid-19 plans, health screening protocols and more. 

Fall Quarter Changes Are Coming!  

Starting fall quarter 2021, everyone who attends classes or works on campus will need to attest to full vaccination status or vaccination exemption. Attestation and exemption forms must be completed by Sept. 15.    

The self-attestation process will be quick and easy. Fully vaccinated students and employees can fill out the attestation form online (coming soon!). You’ll need to include your vaccination dates, but at this time we don’t need a copy of your vaccination card.  

If you require a medical, religious or personal/philosophical vaccination exemption, you’ll need to fill out the self-attestation form PLUS a form to declare an exemption. If you’re exempting yourself from the vaccine, you will also need to agree to wear a mask while on campus.  

Vaccinations are available

All Washington residents 12 and up are eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccination. Vaccines are free and health insurance is not required.

TCC will be hosting several vaccination clinics on campus. Details coming soon! 

Here are several resources about scheduling a vaccine:

TCC Stands with our Asian and Pacific Islander Communities 

Since the pandemic began, our Asian and Pacific Islander community members have faced violence, discrimination and racial bias. TCC does not tolerate any of this behavior, and we stand with our community. Please read here about our support services or how you can report on-campus harassment or discrimination.  

Questions? 

Find answers to frequently asked questions here. We will update this FAQ frequently. 

Self-Attestations and Exemptions

Fall Quarter Details 

Additional Questions & Answers

 

 

Get Updates about TCC's Fall Quarter Re-Opening! 

 

NEW: Summer 2021 COVID-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation, and Recovery Plan (CECMR)

Updated June 18, 2021