All Classes Start Remote Only
Due to COVID-19, all classes start remotely only. Students should be prepared for changes to their courses. Check your COM-issued email and Canvas for updates and course info. In-person instruction will now begin February 7, 2022.
Updated January 20, 2022
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com.
ALL EMPLOYEES: Symptom screening must be completed prior to each campus visit. COM's top priority is the health and safety of our campus community.
Face Coverings Required
Surgical masks or higher-level respirators (e.g. KF94/KN94/N95) are required indoors when in common and public indoor spaces and outdoors when distancing is not possible, regardless of vaccination status. An acceptable face covering has at least two layers (light must not pass through), fits snugly against the face, covers the nose and mouth, and is secured under the chin. Individuals seeking accommodation may contact Human Resources (employees) or Student Accessibility Services (students).
Report COVID-19 Concerns Promptly
Report concerns of symptoms, exposures, and hazards promptly by emailing COVIDreporting@marin.edu. The designated point of contact at COM is Lindsay Bacigalupi. Chief of Police Jeff Marozick serves as a backup in this role.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 vaccines are free and available to anyone age 5 and over who wants one. COVID-19 vaccines are one of many important tools to help us stop this pandemic.
Marin County has Moved Beyond the Blueprint
California's economy has reopened and is no longer using the tier-based system. COM’s reopening process is shaped by the state guidance and Marin County's public health context in that particular time period. The College may decide to act more conservatively than the state or county as needed to protect the health of our campus community. Check back as this page will be updated as the new information is released.Updated January 4, 2022