Updated October 31, 2022
Updated: Requirements On-Campus Classes and Services
The following safety measures are now in place at PCC.
COVID-19 testing is available for all students enrolled in a face-to-face or hybrid course, or accessing in-person services which require you to be on campus.
Vaccinated students are not required to test weekly, but it is recommended.
Unvaccinated Students with an approved exemption must test once a week. The testing week is Sunday - Saturday. Students may use our on-campus testing options or choose to submit test results for other labs.
Testing Guidelines for students:
- At PCC's on-campus testing sites, students must show a photo ID at the testing check-in counter
- Students must test in a timely manner if instructed to do so by PCC’s Covid Support Team
- If sick, a student should get tested immediately for Covid-19, go home, monitor symptoms, and follow isolation instructions while waiting for the test result.
Students may be asked to fill out a health survey prior to attending their classes. The student health survey can be found here. If cleared, the student will receive an email with a green checkmark and the completion date and time of the survey. If a student is not cleared to be on campus, the Covid Support Team will reach out with instructions.
Students need to submit valid proof of full vaccination or apply for an approved medical exemption prior to registering for classes. Students are not able to complete their in-person class registration without a valid vaccination record or approved exemption on file.
Partial vaccination can be accepted if not yet due for the 2nd dose. These requests should be emailed to CovidSupport@pasadena.edu
Vaccinations or approved exemptions are not required to register for online classes..
Students should fill out a Covid Support Form to report Covid symptoms, exposure, or a positive diagnosis.
Masking is required in all indoor public spaces. The mask should be a well-fitting medical mask, or a well-fitting high filtration reusable mask with a nose-wire. Students can pick up free medical grade masks at PCC's onsite testing centers.
Classes & Instruction
The following gives you the key information you need to know about taking classes at PCC. As this is an ever-evolving situation, we will continue updating information on this page whenever new information becomes available.
Laptops are available to borrow from the PCC Library. You can visit the library anytime during their open hours to check one out!
Use our Help Centers and Support website to access online help for students services, tutoring, and other support services.
Resources for Students in Need
Use our resource guide to find help for emergency needs including financial assistance, housing and shelter, food, social services referrals, and financial assistance.