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As our community slowly emerges from COVID-19, Fall 2020 classes will be taught both online and face-to-face. Students will need to update the following health requirements before August 7, 2020 (The last day to register for Fall 2020 classes)


Health Requirements

Please follow these health requirement guidelines if you intend to register for classes for the Fall 2020 semester:

1. TB skin test;  if +Reactor to TB, send an email message to the Health Services Center (HSC) for further guidance;

2. MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella) - 2 doses required (this vaccine is given in 2 doses during childhood years, if a record is available showing these doses, this vaccine is not needed for the rest of a person's lifetime); If no record is available, visit a clinic to have both doses administered;

3. TD/TDAP/Booster - this vaccine is good for ten (10) years; and

4. Emergency and Health Information - This form can be found at the bottom of this page.

Students will be required to submit ALL health requirements for Fall, 2020 by or before August 7, 2020 (1 week prior to the start of the term). 

Feel free to email relevant health information to the Health Services Center at or call us at 735-5586 for further guidance.


TB Skin Testing Schedule

Students and Employees have the option to have TB Testing done through a private clinic.
[If you are a Positive Reactor to TB, please contact the Health Services Center (HSC) for further guidance.]

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday:
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM




Health Center Mission

The Health Center supports the college mission statement through the provision of optimal health services to its clientele as they seek training and education to meet their career-oriented and employment-related goals.


About the Student Health Center

The Student Health Center is staffed by one full-time Registered Nurse (RN) and an Administrative Assistant (AA). Luis G. Cruz, MD, is the Medical Director. Students and employees of the college may utilize the Health Center services.

Health Requirements for Enrollment
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Student Health Center Services

  • Basic first aid for injuries and medical conditions that occur during school time

  • Assessment and nursing management of chronic health problems based on the client’s physician-prescribed therapeutic regimen*

  • Annual screening of employees for tuberculosis (TB) as required by law

  • Screening of students for TB in compliance with public law and school policy

  • Administration of TB skin test

  • Immunization program*

  • Immunization audit in compliance with public law and school policy

  • Brief Tobacco Intervention (BTI) program

  • Screening of height & weight, blood pressure, vision, and pediculosis*

  • Pregnancy testing and prenatal follow-up*

  • Advocacy for persons with disabilities

  • Referral services on health management

  • Counseling on health and health-related issues.

  • Health Promotion/Education through Class Presentations

  • STD & HIV Testing & Treatment in Partnership with DPHSS

*Services will be rendered upon the availability of staff and resources.



Health Requirements for New Students

  • TB clearance within (1) one-year prior to school registration.

  • For any individual entering Guam from an area other than the United States or its territories, Public Law 22-130 requires that a tuberculosis test must be conducted within six (6) months prior to enrollment.

  • Those with positive test results must obtain medical evaluation with valid chest x-ray report from their private medical clinic first and then proceed to the TB Section of the Department of Public Health & Social Services for clearance. Located in Mangilao DPHSS, 1st Floor, Rm 118. *Chest x-ray is valid for (5) five years from date administered.*

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):

  • Students must have at least two (2) doses. Guam Immunization Protocol strongly recommends that individuals born in or after 1957 receive two doses of MMR, if they have never had measles (physician-diagnosed), or if they do not have confirmed laboratory evidence of measles immunity. Those born prior to 1957 are exempted from the MMR requirement.

  • Tetanus & Diptheria (TD) received within the last 10 years

  • Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV)/Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) for students below 18 years of age

  • Properly completed Emergency and Health Information Form



Health Requirements for Continuing Students

  • Continuing students are NOT required to have an annual TB skin test.

  • TB skin testing is only given if a student has stepped out for two (2) consecutive semesters in a row (Fall & Spring). If the student is a positive reactor, TB clearance is only good for one (1) year from the date issued by The Department of Public Health and Social Services. *Effective August 18, 2015, per Department of Public Health and Social Services, a Physician's TB Clearance with valid chest x-ray report is needed along with a Certificate of Tuberculosis Evaluation Form issued by The Department of Public Health and Social Services every year student is attending classes at Guam Community College.**Chest X-ray is valid for (5) five years from date administered.*

  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) is good for a lifetime if dosages 1 and 2 have been given.

  • TD immunization is good for 10 years after administration and needs to be updated prior to the expiration date.

  • The Emergency and Health Information form also needs to be updated (see link below).

Students whose choice of study will place them at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens are advised to follow further instructions by their respective program advisor regarding other health requirements such as the Hepatitis B vaccine and physical examination.









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