C.C.E. College’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Statement
All students, if you are coming to campus in person, it is essential that you complete the steps outlined below concerning vaccination before your arrival or well in advance of your first day on campus.
These steps MUST be completed before you come to campus. You will not be able to do this upon arrival to enter the campus.
Once you have complied with this policy, please allow a minimum of 3-5 business days to process your submissions.
If you are not required to be on campus in person, you may still submit proof of vaccination.
Collection, Documentation and Reporting
The information you provide will be verified by a qualified member of the college’s Health and Wellness team. Your personal information is secure and will be handled in accordance with privacy regulations. No personal medical information will be kept on file, and all medical records will be permanently deleted once your status has been confirmed.
C.C.E. College is required to collect, maintain, and disclose the statistical (non-identifiable) information required by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities on a monthly basis.
Contacts and Resources
If you have additional questions, visit our COVID-19 page.
Visit the college website page on the COVID-19 Update site for links and information about downloading the C.C.E. College Safety App, obtaining a O.N.E. card, designated entrances and parking. This page also contains important information about the daily requirements to access campus, such as mandatory daily health screening, how vaccine status is confirmed and P.P.E. requirements, including masks and eye protection.
Having Difficulty or Would Prefer not to use the App or Portal?
Please contact the Campus service manager via email or phone to make other arrangements for requesting a medical exemption.
Need Support Becoming Vaccinated?
If you need support to become vaccinated, please contact the Student Wellness team via email to the Campus manager.
A - How to Submit Proof of Vaccination to C.C.E. College using the C.C.E. College’s online form or Internet Portal
The quickest and easiest way to provide proof of vaccination is through the C.C.E. College’s secure portal, which is available online 27/7 on the links on this website page as well as in section 10 of the following procedure.
To provide proof of vaccination:
The Ministry of Colleges and Universities Postsecondary Education Health Measures Framework for Fall 2021 allows for limited exemptions to the vaccination requirements.
Exemptions applications will not be processed upon arrival to enter the campus. This MUST be done before you come to campus. Allow a minimum of 3 days to process submissions. You only need to apply for an exemption once.
Individuals without proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 can provide written proof of a medical reason, provided by a physician or registered nurse in the extended class that sets out:
Please use this link for Government policy on Exemptions and related affairs.
Individuals with a medical reason for not being fully vaccinated and who have provided proof of a medical reason are allowed on campus but are required to submit to regular antigen point of care testing for COVID-19, either through the college or external service provider, and to provide verification of the negative test result once every seven days. The costs of external tests will not be covered by the college. If you choose to use an external testing service, you must bring the results to the college Rapid Antigen Testing Clinic for verification and tracking. Please note, test results other than those mentioned will not be accepted.
Proof of Vaccination
Proof of vaccination will not be processed upon arrival. This MUST be done before you come to campus. Allow a minimum of 3 days to process submissions. You only need to provide proof of vaccination once.
Those who are not fully vaccinated by September 7, 2021, and those who have received an exemption for medical reasons will be required to do regular rapid antigen testing. Individuals who receive an exemption for anything other than medical reasons will be required to complete an education program and do regular rapid antigen testing.
“Fully vaccinated” means having received the dosage of one or more vaccines plus 14 days that provides full protection in accordance with Ontario public health or World Health Organization guidance.
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B - How to Request an Exemption
To request an exemption through the App:
If you have already applied for an exemption, the college is now reviewing your request. Please do not submit another request, as this may delay processing times.
C.C.E. College recognizes the importance of student advising and helping students in achieving their personal and academic goals.
Great student experiences attract strong, dedicated individuals – students of today – who become leaders of tomorrow. The College is focused on helping you succeed by providing you with knowledgeable staff to meet the range of your needs and aspirations.
Besides your educational needs, the C.C.E.C student services manager can also assist you to the manager about your health care other necessities of life via renounced third-party providers with any direct or indirect interest. You are encouraged to contact the student services manager via email or explore the information available on this page and apply
If you have any questions, require assistance in the completion of your financial aid forms, or wish to discuss your financial options, please do not hesitate to make an in-person or telephonic appointment. Please call 1-905-499-3631 Ext-102, 251 or 225. to speak with a knowledgeable student manager or send an email.
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Contractors, Vendors, Visitors and Guests
Contractors and Vendors
C.C.E. College requires that employers who have contractors/workers on college facilities have a COVID-19 vaccination policy that is substantially similar to the college. Employers must ensure that only those contractors/workers that are in compliance with the policy are authorized to perform work at C.C.E. College.
In order to access college facilities, employers/contractors/workers must be on an approved list maintained by C.C.E. College Security Services. For any questions or to be added to the approved list, contact Services via email.
Visitors, Volunteers and Guests
Visitors, volunteers and guests are expected to comply with vaccination requirements prior to coming to C.C.E. College via the proof of vaccination process outlined above. Proof of vaccination will not be processed upon arrival. This MUST be done before you come to campus. Allow a minimum of 3 days to process submissions. You only need to provide proof of vaccination once.
On August 31, 2021, the Ministry of Colleges and Universities released the Postsecondary Education Health Measures Framework for Fall 2021. Included in this framework were requirements for postsecondary institutions to have a COVID-19 vaccination policy in place by September 7, 2021, including requirements for providing proof of vaccination, exemptions, testing and an education program.
C.C.E. College previously announced a vaccine requirement that complies with the Ministry’s framework. Accordingly, beginning September 7, 2021, all employees, students, contractors, volunteers, guests and visitors attending C.C.E. College facilities will be required to confirm that they have been fully vaccinated with a Health Canada or World Health Organization approved vaccine before entering a C.C.E. College facility.
Our top priority is your health and safety. The measures described in this policy statement provide protection in addition to the measures already implemented by the college.
Please note that regardless of your vaccination status, all requirements related to mandatory daily health screening, physical distancing and P.P.E. (i.e., masks, face shields) remain in place for anyone attending a C.C.E. College facility this Fall.
Rapid Antigen Testing
Any individual who is not confirmed as fully vaccinated must complete Rapid Antigen Testing once every seven days. This would include those who are partially vaccinated or have registered and/or been accepted for an exemption.
The testing will either be done at clinics located at C.C.E. College campus or through an external service provider. Only students and employees who have been accepted or applied for an exemption or have been confirmed as partially vaccinated will be allowed to access the college Antigen Testing clinics.
The costs of external tests will not be covered by the college. If you choose to use an external testing service, you must bring the results to the college Rapid Antigen Testing Clinic for verification and tracking. Please note, test results other than those mentioned will not be accepted.
If you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, do not come to campus and do not attempt to access a Rapid Antigen Testing clinic. Instead, please book an appointment to receive a COVID-19 test at a testing centre in your community. For information on testing centre locations in Hamilton, visit the Government website for test site locations.
Locations and hours of operations for C.C.E. College Rapid Antigen Testing clinics will be sent directly to accepted individuals by email once we have received their request via email.
C.C.E. College will continue to review the rapid antigen testing process following federal and provincial guidelines.
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