Student Health Services is temporarily located in the “C” Cluster, Room 107 and is
staffed by registered nurses. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:45
pm. (Please arrive 15 minutes prior to closing).
New York State Public Health Law requires that students born on or after January 1,
1957 and enrolled in 6 or more credits must file proof of immunizations against measles,
mumps and rubella and complete a meningitis survey. Failure to comply with this law within 30 days from the start of the semester will
result in a student’s disenrollment from classes without a refund of tuition and fees.
Student Health Services provides emergency care, medical care, consultations and referrals
to appropriate health facilities. Over the counter medications are available to students
18 years and older. Consent forms for students under 18 years of age are available
to be notarized by a parent/guardian to receive care and OTC medications.
Health related literature and pamphlets are available. Other services provided are
screening of immunizations forms, physical education waivers (gym waivers) allied
health, nursing, mortuary science and all sports physical exam forms. Health insurance
information is available at the Student Health Services office as well as online.
All students are covered by an accident insurance plan (excluding motor vehicle accidents).
Full time students are covered by a 24-hour a day, seven day a week policy. Part time
students are covered only while on campus. The accident insurance is included in the
student activity fee. For a detailed description of services, please visit the college
website: www.ncc.edu/healthservices or call us at 516.572.7123.