COVID-19 testing is required before you can participate in a Learn 2 Ride class on campus.
Monroe Community College is a State University of New York (SUNY) campus. SUNY currently requires anyone participating in an on-campus class to provide proof of COVID-19 testing.
Any one of the following options will fulfill SUNY requirements:
- Bring proof of a negative COVID test administered no more than 5 days prior to your on-campus class. –OR–
- Participate in MCC’s pooled testing (see below), and present electronic confirmation of participation when you arrive for class. (This confirmation can be found in the profile section of your SUNY online registration). –OR–
- Present your Department of Health Release Form received after a positive diagnostic result for COVID-19. (Example: if diagnostic result was dated up to, but not exceeding, 90 days before the date of your class at MCC, you would not need to COVID test before coming to class.)
MCC Pooled Testing Information:
Click here for details regarding SUNY Account Set Up Instructions for Pooled Testing.
Click here for COVID Pooled Testing Instructions.
MCC’s Brighton Campus, 1000 East Henrietta Road, 14623. Park in either Visitor Lot or Lot A. Walk towards the concrete ramp at the main entrance. Building 1 entrance is UNDER the ramp.
What to do before you arrive:
Register on the SUNY Upstate website to set up your account for pooled testing. Click here for the link to the website: https://app.clarifi-covid-19.com/login and select “Register” at the top right of the page.
What to bring:
- Your driver’s license.
- Your Learn 2 Ride course registration confirmation, which you will present to Public Safety at the check-in desk. You should also indicate that you are an MCC student. You will be asked the typical COVID-19 screening questions, and then be directed to the COVID-19 pooled testing site.
- Your cell phone, so you can access the SUNY Upstate website.
Pooled Testing Hours:
Tuesdays from 2:30p.m. – 6:30p.m. & Wednesdays from 9:00a.m. – 1:00p.m.
- If your class is scheduled for Monday/Tuesday, you should pool test the week before.
- If your class is scheduled for Thursday/Friday or Saturday/Sunday, you should pool test the week of your class.
- MCC staff will be on site to assist you with the online SUNY registration and/or answer any questions.
- You will not receive test results; you will only be notified if you are in a positive pool.
The 2021 Learn 2 Ride Motorcycle Safety Course is now open for registration.
- One course is offered through this website: Basic RiderCourse Beginner.
- If you are interested in the Basic RiderCourse Intermediate or Skills Practice, the Advanced RiderCourse, or the 3-Wheel RiderCourse, please click here.
- All course participants are required to read the Learn 2 Ride brochure prior to registering to prepare and inform themselves of all course requirements.
- Failure to read and understand the information on this website and in the brochure before registering could result in forfeiture of a course seat and course fee.
- The Motorcycle Safety Foundation training course below qualifies for the NYS DMV Road Test Waiver.
- The Basic RiderCourse Beginner is a 2-day rider training program for those with very little or no experience in riding a motorcycle. Motorcycles are provided for this combination online, classroom and hands-on rider training program.
- Mandatory Online (eCourse) Prerequisite
You are required by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation to take their Basic eCourse before attending the Basic RiderCourse Beginner classroom/range sessions at Monroe Community College. See page 3 of the 2021 Learn 2 Ride brochure for information on how to access the eCourse at no charge.
- You must have a valid driver’s license to participate.
Required COVID Precautions for on-campus classes:
- You must bring your own helmet; loaner helmets will not be available.
- To eliminate unnecessary handling of paper at class, please complete the 4 forms and bring them to class (along with your online course completion certificate).
To download the forms click here.
- Please bring a copy of your license to eliminate unnecessary handling of your license at class.
- You must wear a mask to class. Extra masks and other PPE will be available on site.
- Social distancing guidelines will be followed in the classroom and on the range.
- Classroom and motorcycles will be sanitized after each use.
- If you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, do not come to class. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will follow up with you regarding options.