Student COVID-19 Reporting Procedure
Students with a Positive Test Result, Symptoms of Illness, or known close contact Exposure are expected to fill out a reporting form to their college's Student Health Services office through the links provided here:
Students should provide the following information:
- Student Name
- Date of Birth
- Home Address
- Phone Number
- Student ID Number
- Email Address
- Class Schedule Onsite
- Last Date Onsite
- How the Exposure Occurred
- Any Symptoms
- Date of Symptom Onset (if symptomatic)
- Date of Test
- Testing Site
- Onsite Locations Visited During the Infectious Period (COVID-19 positive cases only)
- Onsite Close Contacts, if any (COVID-19 positive cases only)
Students will be provided quarantine/isolation requirements, testing, and student support resources.
1. Health Services will notify the student's professors/Dean.
- Based on the situation, students may be able to continue doing their studies remotely during medical assessment/self-quarantine.
- Health services will provide information to the area Dean and/or College Administration to decide on facilitating the continuation of the class.
2. Health Services will notify the County of Riverside Public Health of the student's positive case status along with, if applicable, any identified onsite close contacts.
3. Health Services will notify the College Director of Facilities to request a deep cleaning of the exposure area if the student was onsite.
4. Health Services will notify close contacts of a verified exposure that occurred onsite and provide instructions to quarantine/isolation/be tested.
COVID-19 Testing will be available to students, personnel and visitors on specified days and locations at the District offices and each college.
The District is currently providing onsite Saliva PCR tests for employees and students as follows:
- Norco College– West End Quad W7
- Moreno Valley College– Admin Annex
- CAADO– 3rd Floor Conference Rooms
- Riverside City College – Nursing 156
Please Note: Do not eat or drink an hour before giving a sample; water is OK to 30 minutes before the test.
You can also find the free testing offered by the County and the City using the following links: