TMCC is offering in-person classes and services, masks are required for all individuals. Students who plan to enroll in the Spring 2022 Semester must be fully vaccinated. For more information, visit coronavirus.tmcc.edu.

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COVID-19 Employee Information

TMCC has taken a number of steps to limit the risk to our community from the possible spread of coronavirus COVID-19. See TMCC’s up-to-date response at coronavirus.tmcc.edu.

TMCC Human Resources continues to respond to the evolving situation by reviewing and updating related policies and procedures. This site has the latest information related to HR topics. For questions or concerns, please contact us.

Employee COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

On Sept. 30, 2021, the Board of Regents approved an emergency approved policy change that requires each NSHE employee to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Dec. 1, 2021. Please note that failure to comply with the new requirement could result in termination unless an employee receives an approved exemption for a medical condition or religious belief

All candidates for employment hired on or after Oct. 1, 2021, must receive a verified and complete COVID-19 vaccination series or an approved waiver request prior to any start date. All candidates will be notified on the job postings published that a complete COVID-19 vaccination series is a requirement for employment. 

COVID-Related Remote Work Requests/Alternate Work Schedules

TMCC has moved back to in-person services, COVID-19-related requests for remote work or alternate work schedules will be evaluated by Human Resources based on the same criteria as required by ADA and/or FMLA policies and procedures.

Employee with Compromised Health Condition(s)

Employees with compromised health conditions as defined by CDC guidelines may initiate a request for reasonable accommodations under ADA and/or FMLA policies and procedures.

Employee Caring for a Family Member with Compromised Health Condition(s)

Employees may initiate a request for FMLA leave for the serious health condition of a family member. To qualify, the employee must be providing care to a family member with a serious health condition as defined by the FMLA. Family Member under FMLA includes: Spouse, Parents, Child (minor), Adult Child with Disability defined by ADA or "In Loco Parentis" relationships.

Please continue to check our TMCC Coronavirus website, which is updated regularly, for COVID-19 related information.