WMCC does not provide health services. Students must use their own health-care provider for services and must provide documentation of completed health requirements for the following departments: Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Medical Assistant, Special Education, Teacher Education, and Career and Technical Education. For those programs, students must also complete a physical examination prior to the beginning of the semester. Failure to provide documentation may lead to removal from a clinical or laboratory.
Regardless of age, students accepted into a CCSNH program that requires participation in a clinic, practicum, internship, co-op, or field experience may be asked to present documented proof of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, and tuberculin skin infection before participation can be approved. Records are maintained either by the department requiring immunization documentation or by another office or individual as designated by the College.