Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources

Updated October 29, 2021

Due to the public health orders, College of Marin's (COM) fall credit/noncredit classes and student services are offered in both hybrid (some in person, some online) and fully online formats.

Vaccination Requirement

ALL STUDENTS: Beginning spring semester 2022, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or an approved exemption is required as a condition of enrollment in any course, online or in-person. Students will not be permitted to enroll for spring 2022 classes without submitting proof of vaccination unless they have an approved medical or religious exemption on file. Exemption request:

TODOS LOS ESTUDIANTES: A partir del semestre de primavera del 2022 se requerirá un comprobante de vacunación o una exención aprobada como condición de matriculación en todos los cursos, ya sean por internet o en persona. Todos los estudiantes deberán vacunarse contra el COVID-19 a menos que haya una exención verificada por razones médicas o religiosas que hayan sido aprobadas por el Colegio. No se te permitirá matricularte para la Primavera 2022 sin someter un comporbante de vacunación o sin tener una exención aprobada por razones médicas o religiosas en tu archivo. Exención médica o religiosa:

ALL EMPLOYEES AND VOLUNTEERS, including those who are working in a hybrid model or remotely, must provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or submit an exemption request (for medical or religious reasons) to

Face Coverings Are Still Required on COM Campuses

Cloth face coverings or masks help reduce the spread of COVID-19, especially when combined with physical distancing and frequent handwashing. Everyone on campus must wear face coverings in common and public indoor spaces and outdoors when distancing is not possible - regardless of vaccination status. Individuals seeking accommodation may contact Human Resources (employees) or Student Accessibility Services (SAS).


  1. Marin County Under State and Local Public Health Officer Orders (updated August 2, 2021)
    College of Marin (COM) continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic to maintain educational continuity while reducing the risk of virus transmission and spread in our community. On January 25, the state's Regional Stay Home Order was lifted. Marin County Local Public Health Orders are in effect.
  2. Stay STRONG. Stay HEALTHY. Stay CONNECTED. College of Marin's COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
    Stay STRONG with information on how to report COVID-19 symptoms, exposures, and hazards without fear of retaliation; how the College addresses any COVID-19 hazards; COVID-19 prevention and self-care; COM's cleaning and disinfecting protocols; health and safety measures; training; how Marin County's current tier status affects College operations; and more at
  3. COM's Site-Specific Protection Plan

COVID-19 Notice Updates


Communication by Audience

Communication by Audience

RESOURCES - Information about safely reopening Marin County

Marin County Health and Human Services (Servicios de la Salud y Servicios Humanos del condado de Marin)

Uninsured with Symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath)

  • Marin County Health and Human Services: (415) 473-4163
  • Marin Community Clinic: (415) 448-1500

California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office COVID-19 Information and Resources

California Department of Public Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Centros para el control y la prevención de enfermedades)

World Health Organization (Organización Mundial de la Salud)


Marin County Quick Contacts

Adult Protective Services: (415) 473-2774
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Access Line: (888) 818-1155
Child Protective Services: (415) 473-7153
General Relief: (415) 473-3450
Information and assistance for older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers: (415) 457-INFO (4636)
Legal Aid of Marin: (415) 492-0230 
Public Assistance Call Center - MediCal, CalFresh, CalWORKs: (877) 410-8817