COVID-19 Updates and Reporting

The WCCC campus is open and in-person services have resumed. Effective 3/9/2022, face coverings are optional on the WCCC campus for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Students and Employees are required to complete a daily health assessment via the LiveSafe cell phone application. You can download the app here.   Click here for LiveSafe app instructions.   If you do not have access to a cell phone, you can also complete the daily health assessment via computer here.

Visitors must complete COVID-19 health screening at the front entrance of Riverview Hall. 

During the pandemic, it is essential that everyone stays informed. This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we will continue to provide information as it develops and changes.  Please check back regularly for updates.

COVID-19 Testing: A list of testing sites is available at

COVID-19 Vaccine: COVID-19 vaccination required for all students attending in-person courses. Visit to find available COVID-19 vaccines.  Booster shots required for students that are eligible.  Current WCCC Employee and Student vaccination rates can be found here.

WCCC is committed to following CDC health recommendations: If you have symptoms or test positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact (within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period) with anyone known or suspected to have COVID-19, you should remain off campus and notify the college. Students should notify Nichole Cote at 207-454-1012 or and employees should notify Tina Erskine at 207-454-1002 or . These COVID-19 contacts will work with you to determine when it is safe for you to return to campus.

Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People | CDC    COVID-19: When to Quarantine | CDC

For more information: Tyler Stoldt, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services, is leading the college’s response to COVID-19. If you have questions or concerns please contact him at (207) 454-1032 or

Updated Face Covering Protocol - March 9, 2022

Effective 3/9/2022, face coverings are optional on the WCCC campus for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Click here to view a message from President Mingo on updated face covering protocols as of March 9, 2022.


Washington County Community College (WCCC) will report here on any confirmed cases of a person with COVID-19 who has been on campus or at a college facility and may have exposed other members of the campus community.

Note that this count is partly based on self-reporting to the college. We cannot provide details about individual cases.

Anyone exposed to the virus by a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be contacted directly by the college or Maine CDC.

5/13/2022: Please note this chart is updated when a case is provided to WCCC or an individual is recovered.  The recovered cases are the total from the start of the pandemic.

Current Cases: Recovered Cases:
1 30

Updated Face Covering Protocol - January 6, 2022

Face Covering Protocol (1/6/2022-3/8/2022)

A face covering is required to be worn over the nose, mouth and chin indoors in all indoor public and shared/communal spaces, and outdoors when in a dense crowd, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings are also required to be worn in vehicles with more than one occupant during MCCS-related travel.

Exceptions to the face covering requirement are:

Employees when alone in an office or other personal workspace, with the door closed; Residential students when in their own bedroom in campus housing when only the assigned occupants of that bedroom are present; When eating or drinking in a space where eating and drinking is permitted and only for the duration necessary to consume the food and/or beverage. The colleges may impose additional rules governing eating and drinking in order to meet operational and health and safety needs; and Children under 5 in a daycare setting and all other children under 2 years of age.

Updated Vaccine Protocol Requires Booster Shots - December 21, 2021

Under updated COVID safety protocols announced Tuesday, Maine’s community colleges are requiring COVID-19 booster shots for all students participating in on-campus programs.

The Maine Community College System (MCCS) already requires COVID-19 vaccinations for all students attending classes in person or participating in athletic functions. Students who are fully remote and are never inside a campus facility do not require proof of vaccination.

The updated protocol, announced December 21, requires all Maine community college students to provide proof of a booster shot no later than one month after becoming eligible for a booster. Under CDC guidelines, a person is eligible to get a booster shot six months after the last shot of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or two months after the J&J vaccination.

“We remain committed to doing everything possible to protect the health of our community and minimize the disruption caused by COVID-19,” said MCCS President David Daigler.

MCCS Vaccine Protocol Frequently Asked Q&A


Spring 2022 Course Start Date Change - December 20, 2021

The spring semester will now begin on January 18, 2022. Please view a message from President Mingo here

Fall 2021 Welcome Message to Students - August 25, 2021

Welcome to WCCC for the Fall 2021 semester!  Please view a message from President Mingo here and Dean of Student Services Tyler Stoldt here.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement - August 12, 2021

Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases and the latest information about the Delta variant, the Board of Trustees of the Maine Community College System (MCCS) have voted to implement a vaccine protocol requiring all students attending classes in person at all Maine Community Colleges to be vaccinated against COVID-19.  

All WCCC students must provide proof they received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine prior to attending their first in-person class. Students who require a second dose of a vaccine must provide proof of the second dose no later than 30 days from the date of their first in-person class. Spring 2022 classes begin January 10, 2022. Students who are fully remote and will not be entering campus buildings for any purpose will not need to submit their vaccination documentation.

MCCS Vaccine Protocol Frequently Asked Q&A

Medical Exemption Request Form

Students can email proof of vaccination to OR submit documentation below (must login with WCCC student email to upload online).


Previous COVID-19 Updates