As we prepare for the 2022–23 academic year, we are pleased that our collective efforts to maintain public health at CCRI to date have been successful. With effective vaccines widely available and extensive campus mitigation measures in place, we have adopted a series of new COVID-19 policies guided by recommendations from the RI Department of Health (RIDOH).
- CCRI requires that students attending in-person classes provide proof of full vaccination
against COVID-19, including a booster.
- If you have NOT already provided the college with your vaccine documentation, students should email their name, CCRI ID and a photo of their vaccine information to [email protected].
- A student may seek an exemption based on medical condition or religious beliefs by filling out one of the forms listed below and emailing it to the contact listed on the form:
- The college will continue to maintain documentation of vaccination and/or approved exemption for faculty and staff.
Testing and Vaccine Clinics
- The college will continue to provide limited on-campus COVID testing and vaccine clinics for free to all students, faculty, and staff.
Students, faculty, and staff are required to notify CCRI’s Contact Tracing team should they test positive for COVID-19. Individuals who test positive for COVID should email their name, phone number, CCRI ID, and date of positive test to [email protected].
Report Positive Result or Exposure
Upload your positive COVID-19 results to Contact Tracing.
- Masks will no longer be required on campus, and we will support those who make the personal choice to continue to wear masks.
- Unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to wear a mask while on campus.
- All campus entrances are open to students, faculty, staff, and visitors, and the college will no longer screen at the entrances.