STCC Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Free COVID Vaccine Clinic Tursdays 11 am-2pm. Use the clinc and you'll be eligible to win prizes including enrollment in one free class at STCC, $50 gift cards, STCC themed gift items

STCC is closely monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) developments and is in constant contact with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The college is also following guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control.

STCC student and faculty support services are available online. If you are in need of assistance or information, please contact the relevant office via email. To find contact information please see the STCC Contact page.

Vaccine Clinic at STCC

STCC has partnered with Curative to offer the Pfizer vaccine to those 12 years of age and older.

The clinic will open on Thursday, June 24, and will be available Thursdays through July 29 from the hours of 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Click here to schedule an appointment. Participants will be eligible for prizes:

  • One free class at STCC (*restrictions apply)
  • $50 gift cards (three raffled off each week)
  • STCC-themed gift items (five winners per week)

In addition, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has announced a "VaxMillions" lottery, which means eligible residents who get the shot could win $1 million.

COVID-19 Safety

Face Coverings

The wearing of face coverings both indoors and out on-campus is voluntary. Specific campus or lab mask protocols must be adhered to. Students attending clinicals or co-ops must also adhere to site-specific protocols.

Testing

STCC is providing free surveillance testing for students, faculty, and staff who are physically on campus this semester. Surveillance testing is not intended for persons seeking testing for post-travel, post-exposure, or COVID-19-like symptoms. In these cases, please seek drive-through or other clinic-based testing options such as those found through local healthcare facilities and at the Stop-the-Spread website.

Case Reporting

If you are a student or employee; have been on-campus; and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, or had close or possible contact with someone with COVID-19 please complete the COVID-19 Case Management Form to help us track and prevent cases.

COVID-19 Financial Aid

The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), enables STCC to provide eligible students with grant support to help you cover expenses incurred due to campus disruption related to COVID-19. Apply for funding from STCC through the CRRSAA Act.

Support STCC Students

Text “STCC” to 50155 to give today, or visit our online giving page to make a gift we can put into the hands of our students!

Recent Campus Updates

Preparations for Campus Repopulation
July 15, 2021
The following groups are welcome back to campus: students, prospective students/families, faculty, staff, vendors/contractors, those seeking a COVID vaccine, those involved in a College-related program, or our community partners.

Preparations for Campus Repopulation
July 8, 2021
Beginning on 7/12/21 we are discontinuing the Healthy Roster and Campus Check-ins and the wearing of masks both indoors and out will be voluntary. Vice President of Student Affairs Darcey Kemp has created a multi-phased approach to repopulating Student Affairs and Building 19.

Preparations for Campus Repopulation
July 1, 2021
Updates including a vaccine clinic on campus, campus air quality enhancements, campus repopulation protocol changes, and a faculty and staff welcome back campus event.

Preparations for Campus Repopulation
June 24, 2021
The COVID Vaccination Clinic opened in corner of building 15/16. Staff on-campus schedules were announced by division.

On-Campus Vaccination Clinic
June 16, 2021
The college will launch a vaccine clinic on campus on June 24, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The clinic will run each Thursday through July.

See All Campus Updates

Health Resources

Learn how STCC protects you and best practices to protect yourself.