If you are not feeling well, please contact your regular healthcare provider or call Student Health Services at (909) 621-8222 for guidance.

For health emergencies, call 911 or campus safety at (909) 607-2000 or (909) 607-7233.

Faculty & Staff
If you are not feeling well, please contact your healthcare provider.

For health emergencies, call 911 or campus safety at (909) 607-2000 or (909) 607-7233.


Where to Get Tested

Students at the Claremont Colleges have access to testing on demand at the COVID vending machines. on campus. Students who are ill and need medical attention may have testing recommended as part of their evaluation at Student Health Services.

In most cases, faculty and staff are directed to their primary care provider or urgent care. Please see the Testing Site Matrix below to determine your provider on campus.

SHS Testing Site Matrix (08/29/23)

The Claremont Colleges Services is proud to partner with ShieldT3 to offer PCR tests on campus. During the early stages of the pandemic, TCCS hosted a mobile ShieldT3 lab on site.

As of August 2023, test samples are sent to the main ShieldT3 lab for processing. The turn around time is up to 2 days. 

How can I help prevent illness?

Prevention measures are similar to those utilized against the common cold and flu.

Get a flu shot. Undergraduate students are required to have a seasonal influenza vaccine and provide proof of vaccination.

While it will not prevent COVID-19, initial flu symptoms can be similar to COVID-19. Contact Student Health Services at 909-621-8222 to schedule an appointment.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Don’t share food and drinks.
  • Clean and disinfect shared surfaces and objects that are touched frequently (e.g. door knobs, desks, phones).
  • If you can, avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.

How effective are prevention measures against COVID-19?

While COVID-19 is a new disease, a growing body of evidence shows that preventive measures are very effective.


I am feeling stressed and overwhelmed, who can I talk to?

Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS) is dedicated to TCC student emotional health and can be reached 24/7 at 909-621-8202. MCAPS also offers tele-therapy for students living in California.

Students can also reach out to 7C.Health for 24/7 on-demand telemedicine counseling visits.

Employees should reach out to their primary care providers and/or mental health providers.

Employees can also reach out to their Human Resources departments to see if they qualify for any counseling sessions under an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).