Delaware Technical and Community College will require students enrolling in their summer or fall semesters to prove they are fully immune to COVID-19 before they are allowed to select courses.
DelTech President Dr. Mark Brainard made the announcement in a letter to the school community on Friday.
Starting March 30, all prospective summer 2022 students, including those exclusively remote, must show proof of being vaccinated against COVID-19, including all eligible boosters, with reasonable accommodations granted to those who have a health problem or a “sincere religious belief“.
The statement indicates that these accommodations will not unreasonably endanger any third party or create a risk of further infection.
This policy extends to those looking to register in Fall 2022, with that deadline set for April 20, with the exception of those using early registration, which will push the deadline to March 30.
All visitors inside DTCC campuses will be required to show their COVID-19 vaccination starting May 1.
It includes all children 5 years of age or older who attend summer camps or child development centers.
Anyone wishing to apply for an exemption should consult the College’s Guide to Applying for Academic Accommodations and/or Auxiliary Aids.
You can read the full letter here: