No Vax? CBC Creates Online “Option” for Students Come January
Well, you won't have to worry about the commute.
CBC TO ADOPT VAX MANDATE FOR IN-PERSON CLASSES IN JANUARY
As part of the state mandate (it's not their idea) CBC and other junior colleges are having to follow the lead of WSU, Eastern and other state-run schools and require in-person students to show proof of vaccination.
This will go into effect at the beginning of what they call their Winter Quarter, which begins January 2022.
This week, CBC announced non-vaccinated students will have a full-time online class option.
THE SCHOOL WILL ALLOW FOR MEDICAL AND RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS
Students can apply for an exemption for medical or faith-based reasons. Details can be found on the CBC website if you wish to do that.
The school is providing full-time online options for those who are not planning to get a COVID vaccine, these options will apparently mirror what is being done in the classroom.
The only junior college that so far has not required vax proof is Yakima Valley Community College. There are 34 JC's in WA state, 32 were requiring such proof until now.
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