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EnTry to Campus Protocol for Students

Effective Monday, April 18, 2022

While on campus, everyone is expected to follow specific protocols to help ensure the health and safety of the Compton College community and the public.

All Currently Enrolled Students

Entry to Campus Protocol including Symptom Screening

Students are encouraged to perform daily health screenings for infectious diseases,
including COVID-19, and to stay home or seek medical care for any symptoms identified.

The online wellness survey is no longer required.

Vaccination Requirement

Per Compton CCD Resolution No. 08-17-2021A, proof of full vaccination status is required for registration in in-person classes.

  • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Status must be submitted via the MyCompton portal, using the tile labeled "COVID-19 Vaccination - Exemption - Test Submission."
  • Please note: Verification may take 1-3 business days.

Per Compton CCD Resolution No. 08-17-2021A, a person is considered "fully" vaccinated when two weeks have passed since they completed a COVID-19 vaccine series (for example, 1 dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine, or 2 doses within no more than 12 weeks of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine).*

*California Department of Public Health (CDPH), COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.

Testing for Exempt Individuals

Students receiving an apprved exemption or accommodation from the Compton CCD vaccination requirement shall, if allowed on campus without vaccination, be subject to weekly COVID-19 testing and are required to wear a face mask.

Reporting a Positive COVID-19 Case

To report a confirmed positive COVID-19 case, use the online form for reporting positive COVID-19 cases via the MyCompton portal.

The "COVID-19 Positive Follow-Up Questionnaire" is available via the MyCompton portal and includes questions necessary to determine quarantine and isolation guidelines and assist with contact tracing.

Quarantine/Isolation

LACDPH Instructions for Close Contacts:

If you are a close contact to someone with COVID-19 and you have no symptoms, you do not need to quarantine.*

You are required to:

  1. Wear a highly protective mask around others for 10 days
  2. Get tested 3-5 days after you were last exposed
    If your test result is positive, isolate
    If you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days, you don't need to test unless you get symptoms
  3. Monitor your health for 10 days
    If symptoms start, stay home and get tested.

*Some close contacts are required to quarantine, for example if they are not fully vaccinated and are staying in a high-risk setting. Quarantine means staying away from others in case you become infected. Some people who are close contacts may choose to quarantine as an extra precaution to limit their exposures.

Note: Day 0 is the day of your last contact (exposure) with the infected person. Day 1 is the first full day after your last exposure.

Summary of instructions (PDF) - English

Summary of instructions (PDF) - Spanish


LACDPH Instructions for People with COVID-19:

In Los Angeles County, if you have COVID-19* you are required to:

  1. Isolate yourself, and
  2. Wear a highly protective mask, and
  3. Tell your close contacts that they have been exposed and need to follow instructions for close contacts

*You are considered to have COVID-19, if you have a positive viral test for COVID-19 and/or a healthcare provider thinks that you have COVID-19.

Summary of instructions (PDF) - English

Summary of instructions (PDF) - Spanish

Masks

Everyone*, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask in all indoor public spaces on campus; except when eating or drinking (preferably outdoors).

*Refer to the LACDPH "When You Need to Wear A Mask" guidelines and the LACDPH Order of the Health Officer - Responding Together at Work and in the Community.

Physical Distancing Physical distancing is not necessary for fully vaccinated students, faculty, and staff on campus for IHEs where everyone is fully vaccinated except as indicated in CDC's Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.
Building/Campus Access
  • Students are permitted to enter any open offices/buildings as needed to attend class or receive in-person services.
  • Students are not permitted to attend classes in which they are not officially registered.
  • Students are not permitted to bring guests to campus.
Parking Permits Parking Permits Are Not Required. Tickets will not be issued to non-employees (visitors and students) who park in student lots August 19, 2021 - June 30, 2022), weekdays and weekends.
Travel

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Travel Advisory and Guidance - updated 12/14/2021 to align with the California Department of Public Health Travel Advisory. All travelers arriving in or returning to California from other states or countries should test 3-5 days upon arrival.

  • Domestic: regardless of vaccination status, test 3-5 days after return to California; no quarantine required.
  • International: viral test required 3-5 days after return to California; quarantine 7 days if NOT fully vaccinated, even with a negative test result.
Cleaning and Disinfecting

Responsibility of Individuals (Employees and Students):

  • Students and employees are encouraged to keep their personal items (e.g., cell phones, other electronics) and personal workspaces clean.
  • Students and employees are encouraged to use disinfectant wipes to wipe down shared desks, lab equipment, and other shared objects and surfaces before and after use.
  • Use of shared objects (e.g., lab equipment, computer equipment, desks) should be limited when possible or cleaned between use with safe cleaning methods.
  • Avoid sharing electronic devices, books, pens, and other learning aids.

Student-Athletes (in-season and off-season)

Vaccination Requirement

Per Compton CCD Resolution No. 08-17-2021A, all in-season/off-season or all student-athletes are required to be fully vaccinated to participate in school athletics (including practice, play and travel).

In general, individuals are considered "fully vaccinated" (per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)):

  • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, or
  • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine

If you don't meet these requirements, regardless of your age, you are NOT fully vaccinated.

Testing

Student-athletes who did not submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination status or who did not receive an approved exemption or accommodation by the October 1, 2021 deadline are prohibited from participating in school athletics.

Fully vaccinated student-athletes are no longer required to submit weekly testing, unless otherwise notified.

Student-athletes receiving an exemption or accommodation from the Compton CCD vaccination requirement must follow the CCCAA/Compton College Tartar Athletics COVID-19 requirements regarding weekly testing.

  • Rapid, do-it-yourself tests are not acceptable for competition clearance.
  • Test results must be submitted via the MyCompton portal, using the tile labeled "COVID-19 Vaccination-Exemption-Test Submission."
  • It is recommended that student-athletes get tested every Thursday to be cleared for the next week.
Travel

In addition to the LACDPH and CADPH Travel Guidance listed above, refer to Compton College Tartar Athletics Return to Campus Plan.

If you have questions about the required Compton College entry to campus protocols, please contact the Acting Vice President of Human Resources, at iali@compton.edu. For more information about your class, please contact your instructor.



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