Information About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Important Information for Students

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The vaccination requirement for students is extended until November 15, 2021

The Student Medical/Religious Exemption Forms are now available and due November 10th 

Important Information for Employees

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The vaccination requirement date for employees remains October 15, 2021

The Employee Medical/Religious Exemption Forms are now available and due immediately.

Employee Vaccine Medical & Religious Exemption Requests

College Updates and Frequently Asked Questions


State Center Community College District Vaccine Requirements Frequently Asked Questions

Summary of the September 24 Special Board Meeting - From President Buckley

September 23, 2021 Town Hall Recording

September 22, 2021 Town Hall Recording

SCCCD Vaccine Requirement

Reedley College Reopening Plan (PDF)

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Check back regularly. We will continue to provide more details as they become available.

Questions Answered

Campus Visit Log

Due to the new Contact Tracing legislation, upon completing your business on campus, everyone will be required to complete the form indicating every building you have entered during your time on campus. Campus Visit Log Form.

For SCCCD district-wide information visit:

SCCCD Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Reported Positive Cases Database

With the number of COVID-19 cases on the rise in the Central Valley, SCCCD is not immune to the virus.  We will report if an individual has tested positive for the virus and has been in one of our facilities. Students and staff have website access to this information.

 For  access, go to  MyPortal , under SCCCD Resource Links section go to COVID-19 Reported Positive Cases.  All reported confirmed positive cases will remain posted on the website for a period of 30-days.

The information included in the database will identify the date of the report, the campus or facility, and the general location on the campus or facility where a student or employee attends class or works.

Thanks for continuing to keep our campus community safe! Remember:

  1. Please stay home if you are sick
  2. Wear a facial covering when on campus
  3. Practice social distancing
  4. Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer

Fresno County Department of Public Health Information:

Up-to-date information, resources and reopening guidance

COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Institutions of Higher Education (PDF)