2021: Updates, Resources, and Information

Connect with Us

For each department’s availability, contact methods, and hours of operation.

Visiting Campus

Instructions for students, employees, and guests planning a visit to campus or for on campus classes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and Grays Harbor College.

What To Do if You Have Confirmed or Suspected With COVID-19

Please report this to Grays Harbor College using the COVID-19 Reporting Portal.  This will allow us to work cooperatively in notifying people of close contact situations.

The handout that was put together by Grays Harbor Public Health & Social Services details what persons with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19 to others.

What To Do if You Were Potentially Exposes to Someone With COVID-19

Please reference the potentially exposed to COVID-19 handout that was put together by Grays Harbor Public Health & Social Services.

COVID Symptoms

Based on the Grays Harbor County COVID-19 Student Symptom Flow Chart here are the symptoms of concern, and what you should do if you experience any of them.

  • Class A: One symptom from this group, of any duration requires you to isolate for 10 days. You can return after 10 days of symptoms have improved.
  • Class B:  One symptom from this group of less than 24 hours is not a concern. Two or more symptoms from this group, of any duration, requires you to isolate for 10 days. You can return after 10 days if symptoms have improved.
Class A Class B
Fever (greater than 100.4) Fatigue
Chills Headache
Cough Muscle/body ache
Loss of taste or smell Sore throat
Shortness of breath Congestion or runny nose
  Nausea or vomiting

Vaccination Deadlines

Vaccine Series dose requirements First dose no later than Second dose Completed series Fully vaccinated
Johnson & Johnson Single dose 10/04 N/A 10/04 10/18
Pfizer 2 doses, 21 days apart 9/13 10/04 10/04 10/18
Moderna 2 doses; 28 days apart 09/06 10/04 10/04 10/18

Important College Resources

With the College continuing to offer a mix of in-person and online classes and services due to COVID-19, GHC wants to make sure that all students have the necessary tools to be successful. Please visit the Student Success page for more information about emergency assistance available to students, technology resources and accessing complementary groceries.   

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 vaccines are free of charge. You can use the following links to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment or COVID-19 Vaccine Information.   


If you have questions regarding the vaccination requirement, don’t hesitate to contact Keith Penner, GHC’s COVID-19 Supervisor, at keith.penner@ghc.edu.  

Previous COVID-19 Communications

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