FAQs About the Vaccine Requirement
Learn more about the vaccine requirement, how to upload your proof of vaccination, and other useful information.
LPC offers FREE COVID vaccines on campus every Wednesday from 9 am-4 pm at the City Health Urgent Care testing site in parking lot P.
Five (5) days prior to your registration appointment date, you will receive an email sent to your college assigned Zonemail account from CLEARED4, with directions on how to upload your vaccine verification.
Three options will be offered for submitting proof of vaccination:
Option 1: Upload a photo or scanned copy of completed CDC COVID-19 vaccination card to the CLEARED4 link you received in your Zonemail account
Option 2: Upload your digital vaccination record (typically a JPG or PNG file), which you can obtain at https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov.
Option 3: Connect health data through CLEARED4 to your Electronic Health Record (EHR) provided by your insurance and/or health care provider.
Here are the instructions to find the link:
- Go into Class-Web
- Click the "Check Your Priority Registration Status" link on main page and look for the Cleared4 Upload Link.
This spring semester, we have returned to our pre-pandemic course offerings, which means that 60-65% of all of our courses this semester will have some in-person/face to face component. Our goal is to meet the needs of our students and to provide a class schedule that is flexible and accessible in the modality that you prefer. You are encouraged to follow the processes to be cleared for in-person classes in a timely manner, which may increase your likelihood of enrolling the classes that you’d like. If you have any questions or need assistance through the vaccination requirement, please visit the Virtual Welcome Center.
For students who are fully vaccinated or students who are unvaccinated but plan to take online classes and utilize online student services only, you may do so, without having to submit a request for an exemption.
Students may request a COVID-19 Vaccination Exemption as defined in federal or state laws and regulations based on the following: 1) for a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance that conflicts with the District’s requirement that such students receive a COVID-19 vaccination; or 2) for a medical reason due to a condition for which receiving an approved vaccine presents a significant risk of a serious adverse reaction.
If you are approved for an exemption from vaccination, you are encouraged to take online classes whenever available for your program of study and utilize online student services. You will also be required to wear an N-95 mask at all times in class and on campus and to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test result.