Covid-19 Information

Mask Protocol

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated their guidance on masking. In alignment with this guidance, Governor Pritzker signed an executive order that discontinued the indoor mask mandate for most indoor settings across Illinois while retaining the requirement to provide proof of vaccination or weekly testing in some settings including higher education institutions. Although masks will no longer be required, they are still recommended, on Triton College campuses. Meanwhile, our Cleared4 pass requirement remains in place. Follow the links below for more detailed information.

Vaccination Information Cleared4 Information Campus Safety Guide
COVID-19 Screening Sites Report COVID-19 Case COVID-19 Info/FAQs

Vaccination Information

Have you uploaded your vaccination card?

If not, remember to test weekly and upload your results! All students and employees need to provide proof of being fully vaccinated or take weekly COVID-19 testing. This is a State of Illinois mandate for everyone attending in-person classes or working on campus. Triton is enforcing this mandate regularly because it is an ongoing requirement.

1. Upload Your Vaccination Card

Check your Triton email for your personal link from CLEARED4 and follow instructions on the screen. If you need help, email cleared4@triton.edu.

You can also email your vaccination card to cleared4@triton.edu.

Lost your vaccination card? The Illinois Department of Public Health allows Illinois residents to access their vaccination records through the Vax Verify Portal.

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2. Upload Test Results Every Week

If you don’t upload your vaccination card, you need to test every week.

1. COVID-19 testing on the Triton College campus will end June 30, 2022. Employees and students who are testing on a weekly basis to comply with State of Illinois Executive Order 2021-22 will need to identify an alternative testing site or purchase home testing kits through a local pharmacy.

Free COVID testing is provided on campus through June 30, 2022 for your convenience, but you may test anywhere.
Through June 30, 2022, Summer testing hours for SHIELD saliva-based testing is available in T-156 during the following days and times:
       Monday and Thursday: 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
       Tuesday and Wednesday: 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Lab closures for the summer:

  • Thursday,  June 30, 2022, lab closure is at noon so testing will end at 10:30 a.m. to ensure delivery of specimens
  • Covid-19 testing will no longer be offered on Triton College campus as of July 1, 2022.

2. You must create an account and make an appointment at the link below. Please remember that you cannot eat or drink one hour before the test (this includes gum, mints and even water).
       Website: shieldilportal.pointnclick.com
       Agency Code: fe06l7tp

3. Please copy and paste the agency code when creating the account (instead of just typing it in) to avoid any issues with the SHIELD portal site.

4. Upload your weekly test results to CLEARED4. Records of weekly testing will be sent to you and the Director of Health Services Laura Hill at laurahill@triton.edu. The director will reach out to others as needed to conduct contact tracing.

CLEARED4 Information

Click on the links below to view instructions on providing your vaccination information via the CLEARED4 platform. Visitors should view the COVID-19 Info/FAQs for information about Visitor COVID-19 Self-Certification.

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Campus Safety Guide

Health and safety is the top priority of Triton College. Click HERE for an overview of our campus requirements and resources.

COVID-19 Screening Sites

Click HERE to download information on COVID-19 screening sites and options.

Report COVID-19 Case

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you must contact the Director of Health Services, Laura Hill at laurahill@triton.edu. Please do not come to campus.

Select the chart that matches your situation and follow the instructions that are outlined:

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Covid-19 Info/FAQs

Use the Daily Symptom Checker

Wear a Mask/Face Covering

Visitor COVID-19 Self-Certification

COVID-19 FAQS

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