While Lane Community College remains open, access to all locations is restricted to students and staff participating in approved activities and course work, and members of the public participating in scheduled, College-approved activities. All individuals on campus must adhere to proper safety procedures and complete the daily health assessment (see below). Most campus services are open. View department websites for hours and the service availability page to learn more.
If you have COVID-19 (you tested positive or your healthcare provider told you that you either have COVID-19 or are a presumptive positive)
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19
- follow these instructions
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Isolate/Isolation: You isolate when you are sick or when you have been infected with the virus, even if you don’t have symptoms. Isolation helps prevent the spread of the disease to others.
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If you need a COVID-19 test, view local resources.
Daily Health Assessment
Students, employees, and guests are asked to complete a daily self-health assessment before coming to an LCC facility. Submitting an assessment form is no longer required, but everyone coming to a LCC facility must review the health questions below.
If you answer "yes" to any of the questions, please contact your healthcare provider and do not come to campus. Also, if you have cold or flu-like symptoms, even if you test negative for COVID-19, do not come to campus until your symptoms are gone or a healthcare provider has told you you are no longer contagious.
Please check the CDC website for the most current information.
- Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past ten days?
- Have you been told to isolate or quarantine?
- In the last 72 hours have you experienced any of the following not attributed to a chronic condition:
- Fever (temperature of 100.4 F or above) or feeling feverish?
- Shortness of breath?
- Sore throat?
- Congestion, runny nose, or sneezing?
- Muscle pain (not associated with recent strenuous exercise, injury or an alternate diagnosis made by a healthcare professional)?
- Nausea or vomiting?
- Loss of taste or smell?
- Have you had close contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 10 days?
If you answer “Yes” to any question above, contact your healthcare provider and DO NOT come to campus. For your safety and the safety of others, if you are on campus with these symptoms you may be instructed to go home.
Current COVID Policies
Optional except in locations required by state/federal order.
Coming to LCC
Masks and social distancing requirements depend on the current COVID risk level, with the exception of the parts of the College that continue to fall under OHA and Oregon OSHA requirements for healthcare settings. In addition to checking the mask and social distancing requirements above, anyone coming to an LCC facility should complete a daily health assessment (see below). All visitors must comply with signage and directives from Public Safety regarding safety precautions, including any masking, social distancing, or other requirements. Employees must adhere to proper safety procedures.
Masks & Face Coverings
In locations where face coverings are required, face coverings must fully cover the nose and mouth. Face shields may not be worn instead of face masks. Gaitors, bandanas, mesh masks, lace masks, and other face coverings with openings, valves, holes, vents, or other visible gaps in the design or material are not in compliance with this policy. Masks are still recommended for those that are not up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations, who are at high risk, or share a household with anyone who is not up to date or at high risk. Find out more information about selecting and wearing masks.
LCC requires all employees and students who will be attending classes at any LCC location and/or receiving in-person services to be up to date on vaccinations against COVID-19. Per CDC guidelines, being up to date on vaccinations means that an individual has received all doses in a primary series of the vaccine and receives booster doses when eligible. Students and employees may seek an exemption to the vaccination requirement for medical or religious reasons. Personal/philosophical exemptions are not allowed. Some academic programs may have stricter vaccination requirements. The requirement does not apply to students who are enrolled exclusively in remote instruction courses with no in-person component. However, all students who wish to access any in-person services on campus must submit proof of vaccination or request a medical or religious exemption. All employees, students, and visitors on any LCC property must comply with current COVID-19 safety protocols, regardless of vaccination status.
Lane Community College regularly reviews COVID-19 safety guidelines.
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