COVID-19 Updates

Fall 2021 at CCV

CCV remains committed to providing a healthy learning environment and will continue to follow the most current state guidance and CDC safety protocols.

One of the most important steps we all can take to keep ourselves, loved ones, and community members safe is to get the COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible. Vaccines are highly effective in preventing death and hospitalization and will protect you from getting sick. There is no cost to get the vaccine which is available in many pharmacies and walk-in clinics around the state. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccination from the Vermont Department of Health.

CCV expects that all students who are able to be vaccinated will do so by the start of fall classes. For more information on getting vaccinated in Vermont, visit https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/vaccine/getting-covid-19-vaccine.

Student Health Contract (pdf)
Student Health Contract Electronic Form

Recent College-wide Communications

June 14, 2021: Coronavirus Update to Students from Dean of Students Heather Weinstein
June 11, 2021: Coronavirus Update to Faculty from Academic Dean Deborah Stewart

Resources

Covid-19 Resources
Covid-19 Vaccine FAQ
Vermont Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Webpage
CCV Restart Plan
COVID Exposure Control Plan
Resources for CCV Students
Procedures for Accessing CCV Centers – Spring 2021
Food Assistance Resources
Translated Materials about Coronavirus (See Resources)
Public WiFi Hotspots in Vermont
FFCRA – Employee Rights
3SquaresVT

Communications Archive

2020 Covid-19 Communications to CCV community, students, faculty, and staff.

Vermont Map

CCV – Vermont Is Our Campus

No matter where you live in Vermont, a CCV Academic Center is close to you!

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