Spring Schedule and Vaccination Update

Community College of Philadelphia will be operating remotely through February 14 with a limited number of classes meeting in person. Due to City of Philadelphia mandates, all students, faculty and staff must be fully vaccinated. To register for in-person or hybrid spring 2022 classes, students need to be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption. Students who are not vaccinated or do not have an approved exemption are able to register for fully online courses. Please see our College COVID-19 Updates for more information and visit our Virtual Student Resource Center for support.

COVID-19 Booster Clinic on Jan. 11

Free Booster Shots

Need your booster shot?  The College and SunRay Pharmacies are hosting a booster clinic on Jan. 11 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 

Register for the Jan. 11 Booster Clinic


If you received the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine at least two months ago, or if you received the Moderna vaccine series (or any WHO internationally approved vaccine) six months ago or more, you can now get a booster dose of any of the three FDA-authorized vaccines. The CDC has recently changed the booster shot recommendations for Pfizer, and booster shots are now recommended 5 months after receiving the Pfizer shot.

The CDC recommends that ALL people over the age of 18 obtain an additional dose of a COVID-19 vaccine (referred to as a “booster” dose) a few months after completing your initial vaccination. A booster dose helps the vaccine remain as effective as possible over long periods of time, and increases your body’s protection against COVID-19, including the Delta variant. Read the latest CDC guidance.

Why Vaccinate?

Vaccination has been shown to significantly decrease your risk of contracting COVID-19. It also greatly reduces the chance of severe disease; contributes to society-wide immunity to this deadly virus; and limits the emergence of more contagious, disease-causing viral variants. It will keep our community safer and help us maintain a full in-person living, learning and working experience. The COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States show remarkable effectiveness, and the CDC recommends them for everyone age 5 and older. For more information about the vaccines, visit the CDC’s Vaccines for COVID-19 webpage.

Stay informed about how the College is working to keep our community safe by visiting our College COVID-19 Updates webpage.

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