COVID-19 Information & Updates

Hudson Valley Community College remains committed to following guidance from the CDC, SUNY and NYS Department of Health and protecting the health and safety of all those returning to campus.

NOTE: These pages contain information and resources relevant to the campus community and will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.
Page last updated Jan. 29, 2021

Quick Facts

  • Several offices are accepting in-person visits. All offices and departments are offering services remotely and you are encouraged to take advantage them when possible.
    • Appointments for in-person visits are preferred; however, a limited number of walk-in visits will be accepted. 
      • Use the office directory to contact the office you are interested in meeting with to see if they are accepting in-person visits or for help accessing remote services.
  • All individuals must complete the health screening process prior to being admitted to campus each day.
    • Employees are using a digital visitor log to assist with contact tracing in the event of a COVID-19 exposure.
  • The campus is maintaining a density of 50% or less and most Spring 2021 classes will be held in a remote/online format.
  • The college is conducting pooled surveillance testing with mandatory weekly testing for all on-campus students and employees during the Spring 2021 semester.
  • Face masks/coverings that cover the nose and mouth must be worn at all times, including while outdoors - see Face Mask and Glove Protocols (PDF).
  • Practice social distancing and maintain six feet of distance from others at all times - see Social Distancing and Personal Hygiene Protocols (PDF).
  • Enhanced cleaning and disinfection are being routinely performed. All employees and students are asked to frequently disinfect high-touch surfaces before and after using them (wipes will be provided) - see Cleaning and Disinfection Procedures (PDF).

These policies apply to the college’s main campus, as well as TEC-SMART and college facilities on Jordan Road and will be in effect until New York State guidance changes.  Any updates will be communicated to the college community as we are made aware of them. 

 COVID-19 Related Communications

Non-Discrimination and Mutual Support
Hudson Valley Community College is committed to maintaining an educational and working environment that is free of all forms of discrimination, and where every member of our community can thrive.