We are excited to begin to expand the number of in-person classes offered throughout summer and fall Terms. Anyone who comes to campus must still wear a mask throughout summer term, and follow social distancing protocols.
Health Check Form
All persons must complete and submit the online Health Check Form each day, prior to arrival on campus.
You must also follow the steps below, depending on what type of campus access you need. Expand each category with the + icon for more information.
One-Time Individual Access
Access for Instruction and Ongoing Activities
- Request approval from your department director or dean.
- Submit the Safety Plan that is appropriate for your department's needs.
- If approved, you will be sent an access form that will verify the availability of space on campus, helping to ensure social distancing compliance.
- Complete the Health Check Form right before coming on to campus.
There are two versions of the Safety Plan, depending on what type of activity you are planning on campus:
- Supplementary Safety Plan - A streamlined safety plan template intended to cover all of a division’s instructors in their respective classrooms, or a list of department employees in their respective work areas.
- Full Safety Plan - The standard safety plan is used for situations that involves more risk to a large group of people, such as athletic events or commencement ceremonies.
Anyone who comes to campus must still wear a mask throughout summer term, and follow social distancing protocols.
We will initiate contact tracing protocols should we receive reports of positive cases and exposures on campus. We will then notify affected persons who have been on campus through our online symptoms screening reporting process.
State safety regulations require us to provide a way for you to report a complaint or violation of these procedures. These complaints will be investigated by Pierce College personnel.
Please refer to our COVID-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation, and Recovery Plan (CECMR) for more details.
If you have questions concerning any of the above or think you may have been exposed on campus, you can contact District Safety and Health Specialist Jose Nieves at firstname.lastname@example.org.