Not feeling well? Do not come to campus.
If you feel ill and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (e.g., fever, cough, chills, etc.), please contact your health care provider or urgent care. Do not come to MCC.
If you test positive for COVID-19, immediately contact MCC Health Services at (585) 292-2018 or email MCC Health Services and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. You must also notify your professors. Your name and personal information will remain confidential. Positive test results are confirmed by your county of residence. Plan to isolate for at least 5 days and follow your county's directives (Monroe County directives).
Summer Sessions and Fall Semester 2022 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements
MCC students taking in-person courses, working on campus, and/or participating in on-campus activities or services during summer sessions and/or the Fall Semester 2022 must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (e.g., two or one dose vaccine series) or have been granted a medical or religious exemption. Resident students are required to verify that they are fully vaccinated and boosted in order to live on campus.
Deadlines to submit summer and/or fall verification, exemption request and/or attestations are as follows:
- Monday, August 22, 2022 for Fall Semester 2022
- Sunday, June 5, 2022 for Summer Sessions I and III
- Tuesday, July 5, 2022 for Summer Session II
If you register after the deadline, your vaccination verification/exemption request must be submitted within 10 days of registration. There is no grace period. Students who do not meet the deadline for completing the COVID-19 requirement may be removed from in-person courses. All tuition/fee refunds are subject to MCC's Refund Schedule. This may affect financial aid eligibility.
Submitting COVID-19 Vax Verification
If you have not previously verified that you are fully vaccinated or were not previously granted a medical or religious exemption through MCC Health Services:
- Submit a scan of your vaccination card in the Student Health Services Portal.
- If you are taking classes at the Public Safety Training Facility, call (585) 753-3800 with questions or concerns regarding your specific program.
- If you are participating in noncredit or off-site training through the MCC Economic and Workforce Development Center/Corporate College or the FWD Center, call (585) 685-6004 with questions or concerns regarding your specific program.
Medical and Religious Exemptions
If you previously received a religious or medical exemption for the Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 semesters, your exemption is still valid (i.e., you are not required to resubmit an application). If you have not previously received an exemption, please follow the guidelines below:
If you have one vaccine dose and are not eligible to get your second dose; or, if you recently tested positive for COVID-19 and are not able to get vaccinated, you may be eligible to receive a temporary accommodation from Health Services allowing more time to become fully vaccinated. You are responsible for contacting MCC Health Services at (585) 292-2018 or via email MCC Health Services (email@example.com) for assistance regarding temporary accommodations.
Fully Online Students
Verification of COVID-19 vaccination is not required if you are taking all online or remote classes. If you choose not to verify vaccination against COVID-19, complete the attestation form in the Student Health Services Portal stating that you will not participate in on-campus activities or services.
Students who do not complete the attestation form by the deadline are at-risk for being removed from their online course(s) due to non-compliance.