COVID-19 Reporting Guidelines
If you test positive for COVID-19, come into close contact with someone who tested positive, or if you have COVID-19 like symptoms, please email the Olympic College COVID-19 response team and someone will get back to you right way with guidance and next steps.
COVID-19 Health & Safety Precautions
Olympic College encourages everyone on campus to practice the following health and hygiene habits:
- Report confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 to:
- Professor, Supervisor, Human Resources, or @email
- Stay home if you are feeling sick
- Practice good hygiene etiquette
- Voluntarily wear a mask
Effective Nov. 1, the COVID-19 vaccination verification requirement for Olympic College students is no longer in effect.
Beginning Nov. 1, all students and employees may visit our campuses regardless of your vaccination or accommodation status.
For winter quarter, all current, former, returning and new students will be able to enroll in in-person classes without having to verify your vaccination or exemption status.
We remain committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and employees.
Confirmed Positive Cases
Confirmed Positive Cases
What Should I do if I get Sick or am Exposed?
Student Support Resources
Visit our Resource Center for a list of college-provided and community resources that are available to you. The list is near the bottom of the page.
Information line established for COVID-19 in Kitsap County
Kitsap County has established an information line to address questions and concerns raised by the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) and that phone number is 2-1-1. This resource is designed to supplement the commonly asked questions and answers about COVID-19 already posted on the Kitsap Public Health District’s website.
Public Health Agencies have published basic steps that all citizens should take to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Avoid touching your face
- Cough and sneeze into a bent elbow or tissue, then throw away the tissue
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Stay home when you or a family member is sick
- Clean and disinfect frequently used objects and surfaces
The Washington State Department of Health has established a hotline if you have specific questions about COVID-19: 1-800-525-0127.
Other resources include:
- Olympic College - Safe Back to School Plan (PDF): Updated Sept. 19, 2022
- Governor Inslee Higher Education Proclamation 20-12.5
- Governor Inslee COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Proclamation 21-14.1
- Washington Secretary of Health Face Covering Order 20-3.5
- Washington Department of Labor & Industries Requirements & Guidance for Preventing COVID-19
- Kitsap Public Health District Directive for Wearing Masks
- Olympic College Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Grant
- Washington State official COVID-19 site
- Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 page
- Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 page
- Kitsap Public Health COVID-19 page
Email: @email and someone will respond to you.