We urge you to get vaccinated as soon as possible and help end this pandemic!

Exemptions may be sought for medical or religious reasons.

Students should provide evidence of full vaccination or have an approved exemption as soon as possible to avoid potential delays in spring registration. It’s important to remember that all students will be able to register for online classes, regardless of their vaccination status, and students still have time to complete the vaccination/exemption process and register for in-person classes before Spring Semester starts in January.

 

How to Submit your Vaccination Record

Students

Student Vaccination Submission Form

Need help with submitting the student form? Click here

Employees

Employee Vaccination Submission Form

Need help with submitting the employee form? Click here

Fill out the short form and upload proof of vaccination in one of two ways:

  • Upload an image or a screenshot of your California Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record, which you can find at myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov
  • Upload an image of your official COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card

 

How to Apply for an Exemption

Students

To apply for an exemption, please go to the Student Vaccine Mandate Intake Form under "Vaccine Mandate Status", select "Exemption" and complete the additional questions.

Vaccine Exemption Request for Students

Employees

To apply for an exemption, please complete the following form.

Vaccine Exemption Request for Employees

 

Need Help?

Please submit questions using the following forms..
Student Questions    Employee Questions 

Keep in mind that files must be JPG, JPEG, PNG, or PDF, and cannot exceed 5MB in size.

 

 

How to Get Vaccinated

 

On-Campus Vaccination Clinics

  • Clinics will take place every Monday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
  • Bring your family, too! The vaccine is now available to everyone 12 and up. 
  • Simply park at the DeRicco Student Services Building off Pacific Avenue and follow the signs to the Health Center. Click here for a map.

Steps to Getting Vaccinated

Step #1 - Registration:

All students and employees who would like the vaccine at the Delta College Health Center must register with Community Medical Centers.

The fastest way to do this is to fill out the Patient Registration & Consent Form in English or Spanish, print it out and bring it to the clinic.

However, walk-ups are also welcome!

Patient Registration & Consent Form

Patient Registration & Consent Form (English)   Patient Registration & Consent Form (Spanish)

Step #2 - Schedule an Appointment:

To schedule your appointment, please call (209) 425-0007 during business hours
Please also be aware of the following restrictions:   

  • Do not make an appointment if you are currently under quarantine.      
  • Do not make an appointment if you have had another vaccine within the past 14 days.      
  • If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, immunocompromised, or have other medical conditions, or if you have questions or concerns about whether you should receive the vaccine, please consult with your medical provider prior to making an appointment. CMC is facilitating the administration of the vaccine but will not be acting as your medical provider.
Step #3 - Appointment & Follow-up:

Here’s what you need to know about your appointment:   

  • Bring your printed registration form, if you are able, to speed up the check-in process.     
  • At the end, an appointment will be made for your second shot.      

Local Vaccination Sites

For more information about local vaccine availability, including clinics offering the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine, visit myturn.ca.gov.

 


Allowable Exemptions

Exemptions to the vaccination requirement are available for medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs. If approved, students and employees with medical or religious exemptions will be required to undergo COVID-19 testing twice a week.

Employees can file an exemption request here.

Student can file an exemption request here.

 


Additional Vaccine Resources

 

 

Become a Vaccine Influencer

Information can be found on the San Joaquin County of Public Health Services website including updates to the community, social media pages as well as news releases.