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Student Health Services
Student Health Services is available to all full-time, matriculated students and is a licensed, outpatient clinic that attends to immediate primary health needs. Our purpose is to help students maintain optimal general health through the disciplines of physical and mental health, and health education around lifestyle choices. This is accomplished through a full-time staff and a variety of professional consultants in many disciplines. All professional services are delivered with attention to confidentiality. In the event of a serious illness or injury, parents or guardian will be notified at the discretion of the staff.
Please see Student Health Insurance for further information regarding billing details.
Register now for our online web portal! You can use this site to print receipts to submit to your private insurance company, to fill out health forms, and to communicate with your health care provider here at Connecticut College.
All students at Connecticut College are required to have health insurance.
Students may also visit the "Care When We Are Closed" page for information on the 24-hour health line and local clinics.
Although housed in the same building, Student Health Services is separate from Student Counseling Services and maintains separate records. Student Counseling Services provides mental health evaluation, short-term treatment, crisis intervention and referrals for mental health.
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The Jed & Clinton Health Matters Campus Program is designed to help colleges and universities promote emotional wellbeing and mental health programming, reduce substance abuse, and prevent suicide among their students. Connecticut College is among the first 55 schools to join The Campus Program, which is designed to help colleges and universities assess and enhance mental health, substance abuse, and suicide prevention programming. Participating schools make a four-year commitment to work with The Campus Program to evaluate and identify opportunities to augment these activities on campus. The Campus Program provides schools with a framework for supporting student mental health, as well as assessment tools, feedback reports and ongoing technical assistance from The Campus Program team. Membership in The Campus Program demonstrates Connecticut College’s commitment to promoting emotional wellbeing and improving substance abuse and suicide prevention programming for all students. The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program grants a membership seal to all schools that participate in the program.
For more information on The Campus Program, visit www.TheCampusProgram.org.
Student Health Services
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196