Students taking in-person classes in spring 2023 must provide proof of full vaccination. Vaccine requirement ends May 28, 2023.

Check-In Process for Students, Employees & Visitors


Students may be required to show their CLEARED4 digital AccessPass (proof of their vaccine verification) to access in-person services such as library services or counseling services at a Safety Monitor Station. 

As needed, Safety Monitors will provide students with a wristband if accessing in-person student services (such as library services or counseling services), a mask and remind them to scan QR codes for the building they are entering for required contact tracing purposes.

In the event that a student becomes disruptive and/or is non-compliant with COVID-19 protocols, and does not follow the directives of faculty/staff, contact Robert Ethington, Dean of Students, at or (707) 527-4573; or Michelle Vidaurri, Director, Student Engagement, Petaluma, at or (707) 778-2401. They will activate the B:CARE team to address the situation with the student. If you feel threatened or in danger, immediately contact District Police at (707) 527-1000.



Visitor access will be regulated by the campus status.  All visitors must follow the SRJC Plan for a Safe Return to Campus and all District Protocols.  The visitor needs to also notify their on-site contact of any potential exposure or positive COVID-19 test.

All visitors are required to perform a symptom and temperature self-check, prior to entry of any District facility. 

Visitors utilizing in-person services including library services and student services, and indoor event visitor participants (such as athletic, academic and performing arts events) may be required to present proof of vaccination or show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours at a Safety Monitor check-in station. 

There are no required protocols for:

  • Vendors who are not accessing District-occupied buildings
  • Outdoor event participants



Employees can use an SRJC access badge (also known as a CCURE card or electronic key card) when accessing college facilities and do not have to check-in at a Safety Monitor Station. Black temporary Tyvek or semi-temporary black silicone wristbands will be provided to employees who have not yet received a permanent access badge.

Temporary identification may be requested by emailing your preference of silicone or Tyvek daily wristband with the number of days per week that you are onsite to If an employee does not have an access badge, please request one by filling out this form, routing to your supervisor or supervising administrator for approval, and emailing with a digital picture (these can just be “selfie” style pictures) to Tim Danford in District Police at



Safety Monitor check-in stations may be located in individual departments that offer in-person services.



All students, employees, and visitors are expected to follow the District’s COVID-19 prevention practices and policies to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our campus community. If you have feedback or concern about on-campus behavior or activities, please share this via email at