COVID-19 — Spring 2022 UC Davis Updates and Resources

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COVID-19 Information — Continuing and Professional Education Human Services Spring 2022 Class Update


Northern Academy: All classes are online through June, 2022.

Resource Center for Family-Focused Practice: All classes are online through June, 2022.

Custom Training and Services: In-person classes will be offered and, to ensure the safety of our students, staff and instructors, will adhere to the following requirements:

  • Stay home if you’re sick — all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, may not enter or remain on university property if they have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days or if they have symptoms of COVID-19 (not related to a chronic condition).
  • Training held in non-UC Davis-managed facilities will adhere to all state and applicable county health guidelines.
  • The UC Davis Daily Symptom Survey must be completed by all individuals attending an event/training held in a University facility.
  • All individuals attending an event/training held in a University facility are required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours as a condition of entry into the classroom (must be a lab/PCR test; home tests/antigen tests are not valid). The vaccination status or test result of each student will be verified by our staff before they are allowed to enter the classroom (so please have your “Approved” Daily Symptom Survey result and vaccine confirmation or test result ready, either printed or on your phone).
  • As of March 19, masks will be strongly recommended but not required for vaccinated or unvaccinated  individuals attending an event/training held in a University facility. UC Davis’ current mask requirements are available on the Campus Ready website.

Please check this page regularly for the latest updates. Additional information may be found on the Campus Ready site.

If you have questions about a specific class or training, please contact your UC Davis Human Services program specialist or email us at


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