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Latest News and Updates
This year the College hosted the first ever ROARchella, an outdoor event to celebrate springtime and our College community’s full-time return to campus.
Our College Community enjoyed a number of exciting events this spring. The Art department held its annual April is Art exhibit as well as a prof. Terry Peterson’s show and art talk “Under the Tutelage.”
Need your booster shot? The College and SunRay Pharmacies are hosting booster clinics on March 29 and April 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Athletics Center on Main Campus. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson boosters will be available for faculty, staff and students.
Pre-registration is required, and participation is optional. For your appointment, please:
- Wear a T-shirt underneath your winter clothing
- Bring your ID, Medical Insurance Card (if you have one) and CDC/Vaccination Record Card
As the College approaches a new phase of the spring 2022 semester, following are information and updates that will answer questions and offer guidance as we continue to navigate the pandemic.
Return to Campus
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 15, courses will be offered in their original format, hybrid or in person. Please use this guide to see if you will need to come to campus for your classes, or if your class will remain online.
The following details and procedures outline our efforts in making the College a safe environment for all:
The College has revised its COVID-19 testing procedures for individuals who are required to come to campus for work or to attend classes. Since Jan. 10, all individuals on campus, regardless of vaccination status, have been required to be tested every 3 days in order to access College buildings.
Beginning Monday, Jan. 24:
- Individuals with approved exemptions will still need to be tested on campus for COVID-19 every 3 days as required by the City of Philadelphia mandate.
- Vaccinated individuals, whether they have received their booster dose or not, will need to be tested on campus every 7 days.
These testing requirements are in effect through Feb. 14, 2022.
Please help us make the testing process more efficient:
Continued increases in COVID-19 cases throughout the city and the region have resulted in additional changes to the College’s spring 2022 semester.
Community College of Philadelphia will continue to operate on a fully remote schedule through Monday, Feb. 14. This means that, with the exception of essential employees, all staff and calendar-year faculty will be expected to work remotely from now through Feb. 14. Essential employees will be notified about their schedules by their supervisors.
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 15, we expect staff and calendar-year faculty will be able to return to campus while maintaining their fall semester 2021 schedules at approximately 50 percent capacity unless otherwise directed by their supervisor.
Due to rising Covid cases in Philadelphia and throughout the region, Community College of Philadelphia will operate on a fully remote schedule through January 16. With the exception of essential employees, all staff and calendar-year faculty will be expected to work remotely between January 4 and January 16. Beginning January 18, we expect staff and calendar-year faculty will be able to return to campus while maintaining their fall semester 2021 schedules.
Essential staff will be notified by their supervisors regarding their on-campus schedules. The campus will remain open to staff who need to retrieve necessary items and devices to continue remote work. All student services will remain available remotely throughout the remote work period.
College leadership continues to monitor Covid developments in the city very closely. Any additional updates will be shared by email and online.
After more than a year of virtual events, we were thrilled to once again host a number of on-campus events during the fall 2021 semester. From remembering 9/11 to honoring our veterans on Veterans Day, to the pinning ceremony for our Diagnostic Imaging graduates, the reopening of Grady's Garden and the Thanksgiving Grab-and-Go lunch giveaway and more, we welcomed the opportunity to once again come together as a community in person. Click on an image below to view our gallery of fall events.
On December 13, Dr. Generals hosted many of our employees at the new Library and Learning Commons (LLC) for a Holiday Campfire, a pre-holiday celebration honoring years of service to the College. Employees with a milestone of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 years of service were invited to enjoy an afternoon of seasonal fun on the new LLC patio as part of their recognition for their years of commitment to the College and our students. In addition, adjunct faculty who have achieved 64 seniority units were also acknowledged.
Following the city’s COVID-19 mandate for educational institutions, these protocols are in effect at the College:
- New and current students need to be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption before they can register for any in-person or hybrid classes. In order to be fully vaccinated, students would need to have had both shots of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, by Jan. 4, 2022. Exemption applications are due on Jan. 4, 2022. Students who are not fully vaccinated or do not have an approved exemption will only be able to register for fully online courses.
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