Napa Valley College requires that any student taking in-person classes or accessing in-person services in spring 2022 must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no later than January 18, 2022. When you register for an in-person class you will receive an email and/or text message with a link to where you will securely upload your vaccination record or seek approval of a weekly testing alternative for a medical or religious exemption. Registering for an in-person class also constitutes your permission for checking your vaccination record against state public health databases.
Students who are registered for in-person classes in the spring semester and have not submitted valid documentation prior to the first day of scheduled class(es) will be dropped.
Consistent with all applicable laws, limited exemptions will be considered for eligible documented medical conditions as well as sincerely held religious beliefs. Learn how to request an exemption.
Masks will also be required for all students, employees and volunteers any indoor space in Napa Valley College, regardless of vaccination status.
How to Get Vaccinated
For more information about local vaccine availability, visit the
Napa County vaccination site. This site is updated frequently with information about eligibility and vaccine sites in your area, including how to access vaccines via healthcare providers. You can also visit the State of California’s
MyTurn website if you do not live in Napa County or you want more information about eligibility.
More details as well as an FAQ coming soon.
Thank you for helping keep our campus and community safe and healthy!
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