Effective August 23, 2021, Governor Inslee's Proclamation 20-25 was amended to adopt the most recent face covering order issued by the Secretary of Health, Order 20-03.4. Under this order, every person in Washington must wear a face covering when they are in a place that is generally accessible to any person from outside their household, subject to specific exceptions and exemptions.
Instructions to visit campus
Who needs to wear a mask?
As of August 23, all adults and children 5 and older must wear masks when indoors, regardless of vaccination status.
Do I have to check in with building monitors?
Yes, you will check in with building monitors each day you are present on campus. Allow yourself a few extra minutes for COVID check in.
- Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.
- Review the training
- Complete the self-assessment
- See when the check-in hours are for your building or the nearest building at www.cptc.edu/check-in.
- At the check-in area designated for your destination, you will have your temperature taken and be given an admission sticker.
Which building entrances are open?
Download the Map of Building Main Entrances.
Where can I find out info about current health metrics and guidelines?
- Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
- Washington State Department of Health
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Governor Inslee Medium.com page
Visit the Learning Plan to read about how classes will be taught and which academic programs are accepting applications.
The CPTC Covid-19 Operations Plan outlines policies and procedures, which are subject to change. It is a living document and will be updated as new information is made available. It was last updated on April 7, 2021.
Clover Park Technical College is required to provide regular reporting to the U.S. Department of Education (ED) on the use of funds authorized by the CARES Act. Funds received by CPTC under the CARES Act were authorized by Congress and signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020. The information is intended to not only meet the reporting requirements of the CARES Act but also provide information to our college community regarding CPTC’s use of the student grant portion of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).