*Please note that at this time, only the student requirement has begun implementation. More information regarding employees will be provided via email.
- Q. I’m an on-site employee/volunteer/student. What am I required to do?
This vaccine requirement will require the individuals listed below to (1) show proof of full vaccination OR (2) to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing, which will be available at on-campus locations:
- All SRJC employees, including STNCs, professional experts, student employees and volunteers that are on-site
- All students who are attending classes with in-person components for fall 2021
- Q. When does the option for weekly testing go away?
Jan. 1, 2022. At that time, any employee, volunteer, or student coming on-site must show proof of vaccination.
- Q. How is “full vaccination” defined?
For the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, showing a vaccination card with two doses, the second of which being more than two weeks prior.
For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, showing a vaccination card with a single dose, the second of which being more than two weeks prior.
Please note that this definition may change depending on booster recommendations from health officials.
- Q. I’m an on-site employee who has begun the vaccination process, but am not yet fully vaccinated. Do I need to be tested weekly?
Yes, you will need to submit to weekly testing until you are fully vaccinated.
- Q: I’m an employee/volunteer who works entirely remotely or a student who is only taking online classes. What am I required to do?
Those who are not coming to campus are not required to show proof of vaccination or to submit to weekly testing.
- Q: How do I submit proof of vaccination?
- Q. How do I sign up to get vaccinated?
Any SRJC employee or student who wishes to be vaccinated may do so by contacting Student Health Services (SHS) at this link, or can make an appointment through their primary care physician or a county vaccination site. If you choose to make an appointment with SHS and would prefer to receive the fully FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine, please note your preference when scheduling.
- Q: I’m an employee who works entirely remotely, but I’m fully vaccinated and would like to provide my documentation. Can I do so?
Yes, please proceed with filling out the Employee Vaccination Status Verification Form.
- Q: How do I register for testing?
- Q: What tests are we doing?
Individuals being tested through SRJC will receive a PCR test, which will take between two and five days to receive results. Symptomatic individuals will also receive a Rapid Covid test.
- Q. If I am tested and have to wait for results, am I allowed to come onto campus?
No, you will need to receive a negative result before you may come to campus.
- Q: Where are our testing locations?
Santa Rosa Campus
Bertolini Student Center (Cafeteria)
1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 5 pm – 7 pm
Room 402 (Dining Room)
680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway, Petaluma Tuesday, 8 am – 6 pm
Wednesday, 8 am – 4 pm
Thursday, 8 am – 1 pm
Public Safety Training Center
Room 301 (Student Center)
5743 Skylane Boulevard, Windsor
Wednesday & Thursday, 2 pm – 6 pm
South West Center
950 S. Wright Road, Santa Rosa
Wednesday – 10:30 – 12 & 5 pm – 7 pm
Dutton Pavilion (Indoor Arena)
7450 Steve Olson Lane, Forestville
Tuesday, 2 pm – 6 pm
- Q: I work live closer to an SRJC location that is not the same as the one where I primarily work/take classes. Can I be tested closer to home or do I need to do it where I work?
Employees/students who are scheduling testing will be able to select their preferred location.
- Q: If I’m doing a drive-through pick-up, such as at the food distribution, do I need to be vaccinated or tested?
No, as long as you stay in your car, you do not need to.
- Q. How can I request a medical or religious exemption?
Exemptions to the requirements for fall 2021 and spring 2022 will be carefully considered when based on law for approved medical and religious reasons.
Students use this link for medical exemption requests.
Students use this link for religious exemption requests.
- Q. Where can I find more information?
SRJC Covid-19 Helpline: 707-524-1500
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