How to Submit your Vaccination/Booster Record
Vaccinations are no longer applicable since proof of vaccination to register for in-person or hybrid classes is no longer required as of July 20, 2022.
Vaccinations are no longer applicable since proof of vaccination are no longer required as of October 4, 2022.
How to Apply for an Exemption
Exemptions are not longer applicable since proof of vaccination to register for in-person or hybrid classes is no longer required as of July 20, 2022.
Exemptions are no longer applicable since proof of vaccination are no longer required as of October 4, 2022.
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How to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine or Booster Shot
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 older and boosters for adults up who became fully vaccinated at least six months ago
- 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 the Vaccine
All students and employees who would like the vaccine at the Delta College Health Center must register with Community Medical Centers (CMC). The application can be filled-in at the clinic before their appointment or online using the links below. The receptionist is available for assistance.
Patient Registration & Consent Form
CMC Patient Forms (In English and Spanish)
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.
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 and booster availability, including clinics offering the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine, visit myturn.ca.gov.
Additional Vaccine Resources
- Centers for Disease Control: Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
- Centers for Disease Control: When You've Been Fully Vaccinated
- Vaccine Equity Center
- Vaccination Information for Immigrants