- Covid-19 Resources
- Covid-19 Vaccine FAQ
- Vermont Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Webpage
- CCV Restart Plan
- COVID Exposure Control Plan
- 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
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.
In response to persistently high case counts in Vermont, as well as the ongoing unpredictability of the Delta variant, CCV will require vaccinations for students taking in-person classes next spring and summer.
Requiring vaccines, paired with other prevention measures, will help the College limit teaching and learning disruptions, reduce potential COVID exposures, and add yet another safeguard for our learning community. Prior to registering for spring and summer 2022 hybrid or in-person classes held at CCV academic centers, students will be required to provide proof of vaccination status or have an approved exemption on file.
We encourage students who plan to enroll to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
- Students will verify their registration intentions and submit proof of vaccination through a secure web form provided by the College.
- Information links will be sent to students via CCV student email and text, and will also be available in the portal.
- Students may request a medical or religious exemption by filing the exemption request form (located in the information links) for review.
- Students taking fully online classes are exempt from the vaccination requirement, but are strongly encouraged to submit their vaccination records for future access.
- Those registered for in-person classes who do not provide vaccination status documentation by January 7, 2022, are subject to removal from any pending in-person courses.
For more information on getting vaccinated in Vermont, visit https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/vaccine/getting-covid-19-vaccine.
In accordance with CDC recommendations and the Scott Administration’s guidance for public schools, CCV has implemented universal indoor masking. All students, faculty, staff, and guests entering academic centers are required to wear a mask while indoors.
Recent College-wide Communications
Covid-19 Communications to CCV community, students, faculty, and staff.