Student Health Services will begin providing COVID-19 vaccines to all members of the Claremont community 18 years of age or older April 16.
Student Health Services at the Claremont Colleges is vaccinating 5C employees since receiving their first vaccine allocation March 12.
The Claremont Colleges unveiled a new telehealth option to supplement the limited services of Student Health Services and Monsour Counseling.
On-campus 5C amenities, like dining halls and gyms, are beginning to shut down or restrict their services following the coronavirus pandemic.
Student Health Services is warning students to take precautions to avoid the bout of stomach illnesses hitting the Claremont Colleges.
After a month-long period operating as an urgent care center, Student Health Services was able to resume normal service Oct. 22 after it hired four new staff members, officials said.
After operating as an urgent care facility for a month, Student Health Services will resume normal service next Tuesday, officials said.
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When Student Health Services decided to suspend routine medical appointments Sept. 24, student deans across the 5Cs found themselves in the same boat as students: completely unaware.
Or at least, that’s what the consortium says now. Last week, The Claremont Colleges Services said deans were involved in “all the changes to the services being provided at SHS.”
Either way, students remained without formal notice from their respective colleges for at least a week.
Student Health Services is currently not scheduling non-urgent appointments due to “critical” staff shortage.