ASMJC Student Government
Civic Engagement Project
Hispanic Education Conference
Info for Undocumented Students
Prime Shine Pirate Express Bus Schedule
Student's Rights and Responsibilities
Title IX Information
Committees & Associations
California School Employees Assoc.
Distance Education Committee
Professional Development Committee
Resource Allocation Council
Yosemite Faculty Association
Does MJC offer insurance for students?
No, MJC does not offer insurance to students. You can obtain more information about purchasing insurances on your own by checking out the Affordable Care Act.
Where can students get STD testing?
You can get STD testing at your local Public Health Department or your primary care physician.
Do students need to make an appointment?
At this time Health Services operates on a drop-in basis only with the exception of doctor clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays at East Campus and counseling services.
What is a TB Test?
For more information on what is a TB Test, please refer to the TB Screenings Information.
Why do I need two TB skin tests?
For more information on what two TB skin tests are, please refer to the TB Screenings Information.
When can we come back to read the TB?
For more information on this, please refer to the TB Screenings Information.
What is the cost of immunizations?
Please refer to the current Fee Schedule.
Can I get all my immunizations/screenings at once?
It will depend on which immunizations you need. The nurse will review your documented immunizations to determine what you need.
Why do I need a MJC student ID card and a current semester sticker?
The student ID card determines whether you are a student at MJC and the semester sticker states that you have paid your health fee. Health Services is not funded by general funds like other departments; we are funded by the health fee only.
Is there a doctor available on campus?
Yes, MJC Health Services is in partnership with the Stanislaus County Residency Program. We have a doctor here some Tuesdays and every Thursday on East Campus to see students. Students must be seen by a nurse first in order to sign up for a visit with the doctor.
Are any services available to faculty and staff of the college?
Tuberculosis (TB) tests and over-the-counter products are available for Free.
Can I call in for my test results?
Due to confidentiality laws, no test results of any kind can be given over the phone. Walk-ins to see the nurses will be necessary for reviewing the results.
Where can I see the requirements for my programs (Health Clearances)?
Please review your academic program health clearance page.
Life Threatening Emergency-Call 9-1-1
Non-Life Threatening Emergency on campus-575-6351
Morris Memorial 108
Yosemite Hall 114
Fall, Winter & Spring Hours
M, T, TH, F: 8-5
W: 9:30 - 5
M, T, TH: 7:30-5:30
W: 8:30 - 5:30
CLOSED 2/14 & 2/17