Staying Healthy While Attending Monroe Community College
Whether you have the flu or need someone to talk to about personal health matters, the Monroe Community College Health Services staff are trained to provide you with the care you need.
Health Services can provide support for students over the phone or by email Monday through Friday, 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Students are encouraged to contact the department with any health concerns, immunization, and/or medical clearance questions.
If you or someone else is experiencing a medical emergency immediately contact MCC Public Safety by calling (585) 292-2911 or dialing 911.
MCC Health Services is available to students who are currently enrolled in classes at MCC's Applied Technologies Center, Brighton Campus, Downtown Campus, and Public Safety Training Facility.
Health Services at MCC
We are ready to help with health needs that include but are not limited to:
- MMR (measles-mumps-rubella)
- Seasonal flu vaccinations
Students currently enrolled at MCC are eligible to access TimelyCare, a service that offers virtual medical and mental health care from anywhere at no cost. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, allowing students to receive the care they need when it is needed.
Learn more about scheduling a TimelyCare appointment and to receive on-demand support from trained medical providers like doctors, nurse practitioners, and mental health counselors.
MCC’s Counseling Center staff provide students with a professional and confidential setting for psychological, emotional, and developmental support of those who are pursuing academic goals, in addition to exploring personal growth and development.
A supportive and positive mental health environment is created for students through individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation and referral, assessment, and outreach programming. These initiatives are responsive to the individual, cultural, and demographic diversity of MCC students.
Faculty and staff may also utilize the Counseling Center as a resource to assist with student interactions, which promotes a widespread campus approach to fostering personal, social, and academic learning and development.
MCC Campus Security
While academics is certainly a top priority at Monroe Community College, your personal safety is also something that is taken seriously.
Our trained peace officers and dispatchers are here to assist you, day or night. Please do not hesitate to call the Department of Public Safety, whether you need immediate emergency assistance or simply have a flat tire in the parking lot. We are always ready and able to help.
Emergency Number: (585) 292-2911