The College requires a health examination report for students enrolling in the Associate Degree in Nursing, Medical Assisting, and the Dental Hygiene Programs. In addition, collegiate athletes must present a health examination report before competing on a college team. All international students must present a health examination report within two weeks of the start of the quarter. Examinations are available through the college Health Services Center for currently enrolled students at a small charge. All students who work or participate in the Early Childhood Education Laboratory School must have a record on file of a current tuberculosis test and measles immunization.
A low-cost health insurance plan is available to those taking at least six credits. This plan provides coverage 24 hours a day for most risks unless specifically excluded. You may sign up for accident or accident/illness coverage with the option to enroll dependents. The insurance may be purchased by mail directly from the company. For more information, including cost and an application form, please pick up a brochure at the Health Services Center or at the Cashier's Office.
|International students are required to have health insurance and must discuss this subject with their advisor. A separate plan is available.|