We are committed and ready to return to campus for the fall semester.

Thanks to a sustained decline in new COVID-19 cases and positivity rates, L.A. County continues to move into less restrictive tiers. This encouraging progress has recently opened the campus to limited opportunities for recreation, as well as a modified, student-only graduation for the Class of 2021, with hopeful signs of more to come.

In our push forward, the race to get back fully to campus depends on one key commitment: our drive to get vaccinated. Getting everyone vaccinated is our most immediate priority, and we are each essential to making this happen.

Staff, faculty, and student employees of the College have been successfully making appointments since early March. Nationwide vaccine availability for everyone over the age of 16 is expected between now and April 19. California opens full eligibility starting April 15.

The College will continue to require the commitment to observe reasonable behavioral health and safety practices and the flexibility to adapt to any changes in public guidelines. However, a fully vaccinated community is the best way to reduce and eventually eliminate future restrictions. So, please do everything you can to get your appointments when they become available.

As we continue to plan for our fall campus return, we look ahead to so many possibilities in this special new year, including the countdown to the College’s 75th Anniversary on April 17. We will monitor local health conditions and share more positive news as it becomes available.

To stay current, please check out our Dean of Students FAQ or email us any of your questions.

Thank you for your shared commitment to our enduring mission.

“We draw on the core values that distinguish CMC, the singular strengths that propel us forward, the learning commitments that help us persevere when it is difficult to carry on.”

Hiram Chodosh
CMC President

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Additional Resources

Please see the following for COVID-19 updates for  Los Angeles and the state of California, in addition to federal resources listed below.

The Claremont Colleges Services