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Student Health Policy 321.00
Johnson County Community College
Series: 600 Safety and Security
Section: Campus Community Safety, Wellness and Continuity

The College does not provide on-campus medical services, nor does it assume responsibility for injuries incurred by students while participating in College activities. Medical services are readily available at local clinics and hospitals.

A medical examination may be required for admission or continuation in an activity or program, for example, to meet certification or eligibility guidelines or requirements.
Due to the potential spread of various communicable diseases, the vice president of Student Success & Engagement may require a physician's statement of health be submitted once a student has contracted and has been treated for a communicable disease.

Except as set forth in Section III. International Student Admission of the Admission Policy 310.01, the College does not provide health and accident insurance for students. Students must contract for this type of coverage on an individual basis.

Date of Adoption:
Revised: 6/16/1994, 6/19/2014, 03/01/19 (reference correction)