Health Services

The health center at The College is staffed by a part-time registered nurse who is on duty approximately 30 hours each week during the fall and spring semesters. Open hours are posted each semester, and students are notified of office hours. A variety of services are offered to sustain the physical health of the members of The College academic community. Typical illnesses and minor injuries are treated at the center free of charge for students. Blood pressure checks and referrals to a doctor are also provided. Students are required to have their health history form and immunization record completed and turned in to the nurse. Doctor visits, outpatient laboratory tests, emergency room treatment, and prescription medications are the financial responsibility of the student. The College requires each student to have health insurance. For those who do not have personal insurance, a private health insurance policy is available (additional fee applies). Health insurance information is available through the Office of Student Affairs.