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Health and Safety

Let's keep our community healthy and safe.

We continue to prioritize the wellness and safety of everyone at Metropolitan Community College. Beginning this fall, the College will transition from COVID-19-specific guidance to more comprehensive Health and Safety Guidance.

  • 2022-23 Health and Safety Guidance
  • Self-Reporting & Exposure
  • CARES Act Reporting
  • MCC COVID-19 Dashboard

2022-23 Health and Safety Guidance

To keep our campuses and facilities safe, MCC encourages all students, faculty, staff and guests to follow healthy practices. Here are some reminders.

  • Practice frequent handwashing, sanitizing surfaces, and covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing.
  • Stay home when you don’t feel well.
  • Maintain sensible distancing whenever possible.
  • COVID-19 vaccines are widely available and encouraged. On-campus vaccinations will be offered periodically.
  • Masks and face coverings are still welcome and encouraged, but not required in MCC facilities.
  • If you test positive for COVID-19, follow the self-reporting protocols in the Self Reporting & Exposure tab.

Self-Reporting & Exposure

If you test positive for COVID-19, self-report through the MCC Covid-19 Reporting Form.

If you have been exposed to COVID-19, you no longer need to self-report. Follow this guidance from the CDC.

Take action if you're exposed to COVID-19

MCC COVID-19 Dashboard

MCC serves approximately 13,000 students each quarter and has about 890 full-time and part-time employees. MCC does not have residential halls, but serves as a community of commuter and online students. Therefore, campus attendance fluctuates daily.

This dashboard reflects positive cases self-reported by employees and students through the COVID-19 Reporting Form or by notification from local health departments, regardless of the individual’s work or class location. Individual cases are reported only once. Cumulative figures reflect all positive cases reported to MCC since February 29, 2020 and should not be confused with current case numbers.

This dashboard tracks reported and confirmed cases among MCC faculty, staff, and students who tested positive for COVID-19, regardless of whether they were on-campus or working/learning remotely. To protect individuals' privacy and comply with health privacy laws, no additional information will be provided about the identities of those employees or students who have tested positive, except to the local public health authorities to assist with contact tracing. Numbers may vary from other reporting entities. This dashboard will be updated weekly on Tuesday afternoons, excluding holidays.