Updated June 22, 2022
Effective immediately, as a condition of enrollment and attendance, all learners, with the exception of learners enrolled exclusively in on-line courses who will not be physically accessing MCCS owned or controlled indoor spaces, shall provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, subject to the medical exemption recognized under applicable laws. Learners will be required to provide proof of receipt of at least one dose of a vaccination prior to attending their first in-person class and provide proof of any required second dose by the start of the following semester.
Further, boosters are strongly recommended for all learners but not required at this time, however, the System President is authorized to enact a booster requirement, based on CDC guidance and in consultation with the College Presidents, to maintain the safety of the Colleges.
This resolution will remain in effect until June 30, 2023.
Students can email proof of vaccination and booster shot to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit documentation below.
COVID-19 Vaccination Documentation
Request for Exemption or Accommodation
Students may request an exemption from the vaccination protocol. Students seeking a medical exemption should contact their college for more information and for a medical exemption form.
Approval of exemption is not guaranteed. YCCC will be following CDC guidelines in reviewing requests for exemptions, and any request for exemption will be reviewed each semester.
Any student granted an exemption will be required to take weekly COVID tests and provide the test results to a designated college official.
YCCC will not consider exemptions based on religious or philosophical beliefs.
For more information, questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Jennifer Laney – YCCC’s Acting Dean of Students a 207.216. 4399 or email@example.com.