Per the Sonoma County Junior College District Board of Trustees Resolution 21-21, beginning January 1, 2022, all employees and volunteers who are assigned to work on-site and/or who access District sites are required to provide proof of full vaccination.
The District will maintain a record of the employee’s or volunteer's vaccination status. District Partners who are engaged in certain work with SRJC may also provide vaccine status information using this process to be approved to access District worksites. This effort is necessary to reduce COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Sonoma County, and to protect our community from the Delta variant, which continues to circulate in our community, is more contagious, and causes more severe illness than previous strains of SARS-CoV-2.
Employees, volunteers, and district Partners will need to provide proof of an accepted COVID-19 vaccination using the Employee and Volunteer Vaccination Status Verification Form or must have a qualifying exemption based on medical or religious grounds. District vaccine exemption forms are available below:
The District’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement will allow for employees, students and volunteers to request an exemption for medical, religious, or ADA reasons. Individuals granted an exemption, may be subject to regular COVID-19 testing, daily symptom checks, quarantines, or other preventative measures necessary to protect the health and well-being of the community. All employee medical, ADA, religious, and personal accommodations will be reviewed and approved by Human Resources. Students wishing to request an exemption may do so by submission of the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals currently without access to vaccines should plan to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at the earliest opportunity. The State of California maintains a listing of vaccine sites at myturn.ca.gov.
The District will maintain vaccination information received as confidential and will limit access to such information on a need-to-know basis to protect the health and safety of the college community.