Questions Relating to Health and Wellness
Please contact the Office of Health and Wellness (OHW)
The Claremont Colleges is offering 7C Health, a 24/7 telehealth option for students powered by TimelyMD. Through no-cost virtual visits and student focused physicians and counselors, students at Harvey Mudd College can receive help for physical and emotional well-being concerns. 7C Health can address physical health symptoms such as cold and flu, strep, bacterial infections, ear infections, bruises, sprains, and mono. The average wait time for these medical and mental health appointments are 5 minutes. For TalkNow which allows students to speak to counselors, there is also a 5-minute average wait time and a 30 minute average visit. Students now also have the option to schedule counseling sessions with the same provider for up to 12 sessions.
To access the 24/7 medical and mental telecare, download the TimelyMD mobile app or visit 7C Health. You will be prompted to create a profile and register with your HMC email address. From there you will select the type of care you are looking for. These visits are free for students and can be accessed anywhere in the world. For more information, please visit 7C Health.
On Campus Confidential Counseling through MCAPS
Please contact Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services:
- Phone: 909.621.8202
- Website: Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services
- Location: Tranquada Student Services Center, 1st Floor
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.*
*For after hours emergencies, please contact Campus Safety at 909.607.2000.
Assistance Paying For Mental Health Services
HMC helps pay for mental health services.
What is this?
HMC is subsidizing:
- mental health services/copays (e.g. appointments)
- transportation to said appointments
- medication for mental health
Limits and Exceptions
- You will be reimbursed for 50% of costs on eligible items.
- Overall, your reimbursements must total to $250 or less.
- Special exception can be granted to those with extenuating circumstances or previously receiving assistance from the fund.
Please contact the Office of Health and Wellness for additional details.
Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Resources
The Office of Health and Wellness is committed to reducing the negative impact of alcohol and other drugs while cultivating a healthy learning environment where HMC students can thrive. To find information and resources, please visit the AOD Resources page.
5C Support Resources
Please contact the Office of Accessible Education:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 909.621.8125
- Location: Platt Center; Division of Student Affairs (East Wing)
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–noon, 1–5 p.m.
Resources for Asian Americans
Please contact the Asian American Resource Center for:
- Asian American Mentor Program
- Service and leadership opportunities
- Leadership development
- Phone: 909.621.8639
- Website: Asian American Resource Center
- Location: Smith Campus Center #240, 170 East 6th Street
Please contact the International Place for:
- General resources for issues faced by international students and scholars
- Assistance with new arrival necessities
- International student/scholar programs
Black Student Affairs
Please contact the Office of Black Student Affairs for:
- Academic support
- Ambassador mentoring
- Leadership development
- Cultural programming
- Student engagement
- Career advising
- Phone: 909.607.3669
- Email: OBSAemail@example.com
- Website: Office of Black Student Affairs
- Location: Black Student Affairs House, 139 East 7th Street
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Queer Resource Center (QRC)
Please contact the Queer Resource Center for:
- Drop in hours with QRC staff*
- Ally training
- Free STD testing
- Speakers Bureau
- Phone: 909.621.8000
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: Queer Resource Center
- Location: Walton Commons, 395 East 6th Street
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
*See website for drop in hours.
Reporting Sexual Harassment
Please contact the Title IX Coordinator for:
- Report cases of sexual harassment
Title IX Contact
Project Sister Crisis Hotline
Please contact the Project Sister Crisis Hotline for:
- Confidential information and referrals
Project Sister Contact
- Phone: 909.626.4357
Project Sister Family Services
Please contact Project Sister Family Services (on-campus resources) for:
- free confidential counseling and aftercare
Project Sister Family Services Contact
Dr. Nancy Arzate
Location: 1030 Dartmouth Ave.
Hours: Tuesday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. by appt.; 4–6 p.m. walk in
Office of Institutional Diversity (OID)
Please contact the Office of Institutional Diversity for:
- Social justice education
- Identity development
- Issues related to Diversity
- Phone: 909.607.8875
- Email: email@example.com
- Location: Platt Center; Division of Student Affairs (North Wing)
Office of the Chaplains
Please contact the Office of the Chaplains for:
- Pastoral counseling, spiritual formation and crisis intervention/management
- Worship services and religious observances
- Opportunities for community service, reflection, and dialogue through the Multifaith Service Council and collaborative social justice programs
- Phone: 909.621.8685
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: Office of the Chaplains
- Location: McAlister Center for Religious Activities, 919 North Columbia Avenue
- Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Student Health Insurance
All enrolled students at Harvey Mudd are required to have health insurance, whether through their home (family) insurance or through The Claremont Colleges. Every student is automatically enrolled in The Claremont Colleges’ Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) at the beginning of each academic year; it is the student’s responsibility to opt out of this coverage by providing proof of comparable coverage by the posted deadline. The cost to access the Student Health Center is the same for either private insurance holders or those with The Claremont Colleges’ policy.
Private Insurance Coverage
If students are already covered by an insurance policy and would like to waive SHIP, the online Health Insurance Waiver form must be submitted before September 13, 2022.
All international students will be required to enroll in SHIP
The Claremont Colleges’ Health Insurance Policy (SHIP)
SHIP may be purchased through The Claremont Colleges. For 2022–2023, this annual policy will cost $2,868.00. Access information about the plan aetna or check out the 2022-2023 Student Health Insurance Plan Highlights. Opens in new tab. Access your medical insurance ID card Print ID Card.
- Coverage for first-year students will run from Aug. 1, 2022–July 31, 2023.
- Coverage for returning students will run from Aug. 1, 2022–July 31, 2023.
Students will be automatically enrolled unless they submit a waiver before September 13, 2022. Listed below are dates when you will be able to access the waiver portal.
- Returning students: Available now
- Incoming students: Available now
For returning students, information submitted the previous year has been saved. Students will need to reconfirm their healthcare information and resubmit the waiver. Waivers must be submitted every year.
For incoming students, an announcement email from SHIP with a waiver link will arrive in students’ hmc.edu email inbox. Students will need to have their Harvey Mudd student ID number to sign in. See the September 3rd deadline on the Orientation Deadlines page for more detailed information.
Student Resource Guide
Main Center for Student Health
Emergency Room Services
- Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (Pomona)
- San Antonio Regional Hospital (Upland)
- Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center (Fontana)