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Fall 2021 Update

Dear 7C Students, After more than 16 months away due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the eager moment where students can finally return to our beautiful campuses is finally upon us. We, here at Student Health Services (SHS), have been working diligently with various stakeholders across the 7Cs to ensure that our campuses are ready for you. Our planning began with great optimism [...]

August 4th, 2021|

Uploading Medical Records

Students may upload medical records such as entrance physicals, immunization records (including COVID-19 and other vaccinations) here. The medical records upload link is available throughout the year. Any questions, please contact SHSrecords@claremont.edu.

April 27th, 2021|

Spring 2021 Updates

Dear 7C Students, I hope that this new calendar year and new semester finds you healthy and well. While all the campuses, public health officials and our staff at SHS continue to encourage students to not return to the Claremont area due to ongoing high COVID-19 disease prevalence and transmission rates, we recognize that some students do not have that option or [...]

January 29th, 2021|

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

January 25, 2021 While the development of COVID-19 vaccines occurred in record time, production and distribution has not been without challenges, resulting in many unanswered questions. Information from public health officials is evolving and there is much we do not know. The California Department of Public Health has developed guidelines to determine which groups are eligible for vaccination, with the Los Angeles [...]

January 25th, 2021|

SHS Director’s Message

SHS Director’s Message The COVID-19 pandemic has presented our society with a daunting challenge unlike any other we have encountered in modern times. On the one hand, we have seen the devastating effects of this virus, disrupting our way of life and threatening the very existence of our society. On the other hand, we have simultaneously witnessed human resilience manifested by rapid [...]

September 2nd, 2020|

Community Norming Baseline Expectations

Community Norming Baseline Expectations The following expectations have been developed by the Social Norming Subgroup as part of the consortial-wide Safety Planning Group for the COVID-19 planning efforts. It is anticipated that each campus will use these minimum standards in addition to other campus specific standards in communications to stakeholders. Students, faculty, staff will maintain 6 foot physical distancing Students, faculty, staff [...]

September 2nd, 2020|

Covid-19 News & Resources

Testing Sites on Campus

SHS testing matrix listing students eligible for COVID testing at SHS

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