- Covid-19 Resources
- Covid-19 Vaccine FAQ
- Vermont Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Webpage
- CCV Restart Plan
- COVID Exposure Control Plan
- COVID Support VT
- General Resources for 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
Vaccination Requirements for Spring and Summer 2023
CCV remains committed to providing a healthy learning environment and will continue to follow the most up-to-date state guidance and CDC safety protocols.
CCV currently requires vaccinations for students taking in-person classes, and strongly encourages periodic boosters. Requiring vaccines and encouraging boosters helps the College limit teaching and learning disruptions, reduces potential COVID exposures, and adds yet another safeguard for our learning community.
Students registering for spring or summer 2023 hybrid or in-person classes held at CCV academic centers must self-attest to their understanding and acceptance of CCV’s vaccination policy, or have an approved exemption on file.
We encourage students who plan to enroll to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
- Students may request a medical or religious exemption by filing an exemption request form. To request a copy of the exemption form through mail or email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Students taking fully online classes are exempt from the vaccination requirement.
For more information on getting vaccinated in Vermont, visit https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/vaccine/getting-covid-19-vaccine.
Masking: In accordance with CDC recommendations and guidance from the Vermont Department of Health, masking is optional in CCV academic centers as of Monday, March 21.
Covid-19 Communications to CCV community, students, faculty, and staff.