As we transition back to normal, Santiago Canyon College wants to ensure a safe learning environment for everyone on campus. To kick off a safe return to campus for our students, we are giving away $200 SCC Campus gift cards to all of our fully vaccinated students for the Fall Term! Fully vaccinated students also have the opportunity to enter a drawing for some big prizes like 1-year free tuition and Apple Products!
$200 SCC Hawks Bookstore Gift Cards
Fully vaccinated students can receive a $200 SCC Hawks Bookstore Gift Card to be used at the bookstore for books, instructional supplies, and SCC Gear. The $200 voucher will be distributed by SCC Auxiliary Services within the campaign period.
SCC Cares Grand Prize
Participating students will automatically be entered into a grand prize drawing which includes 1-year Free Tuition and Parking Permit, Amusement Park Tickets and Apple Products.
SCC student enrolled in Fall 2021.
Must be enrolled in at least 6 units or Continuing Ed CDCP Courses (ESL, High School Diploma, Career Education, and Adult Basic Education).
Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination.
Unvaccinated students must receive their first shot by September 13, followed by the second shot by October 22.
Newly vaccinated students will receive a $100 gift card after the first vaccination and another $100 gift card after the second vaccination; Newly Johnson and Johnson vaccinated students will receive a full $200 gift card
Acceptable vaccines include Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson.
Process for Submitting Proof of Vaccination
Details of how you can submit your proof of vaccination will be available soon. Once available, students will be able to upload their vaccination card electronically. In the meantime, you can create a digital vaccination card via https:myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov. This will allow you to easily upload proof of vaccination once the verification link is made available on this webpage. Check back for updated information.
Find COVID-19 Vaccines
There is ample supply and several ways to find an appointment. A resource list is provided below:
You can also check with your own health care provider for vaccination information.
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