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Peacock Nation – Stay Safe at CCS

As a member of the CCS community, every individual plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all students, faculty and staff. We’ve been so proud of how seriously each member of our Peacock community is taking their part in this. Please continue to make responsible choices and keep CCS safe.

Below you’ll find links to helpful information about health and safety, academics and student affairs. Please feel free to reach out with any questions to

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Jan 31 - Return to In-Person Instruction & Events

CCS will be resuming in-person classes and events on Monday January 31, 2022 as previously planned.

Starting on Monday, January 31, all classes will return to their originally scheduled formats for the Winter 2022 semester. In addition, all campus services will return to their Fall 2022 service hours and modes. Finally, all other in-person events and activities may resume.

When we return to in-person activities on Monday, please remember the following:

  • Masks will become optional on campus beginning March 21, 2022. Those who feel more comfortable wearing masks indoors should continue to wear them.  All CCS community members should continue to monitor their symptoms and practice responsible social and health behaviors, as we have throughout the pandemic.
  • Please monitor your symptoms daily and stay home if you are sick. Testing sites can be found here. All COVID-19 cases or exposure should be reported using this form. The federal government all recently announced that every residential address can receive up to 4 rapid tests mailed directly.



Health & Safety

COVID-19 Dashboard

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Peacock Pledge

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Frequently Asked Questions


Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. Email to reach us with your questions or comments.