• Allied Health students may start scheduling physical appointments starting June 10th when summer session begins by calling 714-714-7705. See our AHPE Process for pricing and more information. Please do NOT get any vaccines such as MMR, Varicella or COVID prior to completing your TB testing.


  • Fentanyl Test Strips and Narcan Available Free for Students at the Student Health Center

    As part of our commitment to opioid overdose prevention, OCC Student Health offers Opioid Overdose Harm Reduction Kits for students. These kits include fentanyl test strips, a box with two doses of Narcan, substance abuse resource information, and pamphlets on fentanyl risks, opioid misuse and overdose, naloxone information and training. These kits are available at no cost to students.

    Opioid Overdose Harm Reduction Kits are available by request at the Student Health Center front desk during business hours. If you need substance abuse resources or help with addiction, please call 714-432-6858 to speak confidentially with one of our mental health providers, or 714-714-7705 to speak with a registered nurse.

    Substance Abuse Resources


Test for COVID-19 as soon as you feel sick.

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(714) 432-5808

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Office Hours

Mon to Thu, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Closed 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

Fri, Closed

Weekends, Holidays and Semester Breaks, Closed


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Services are available to currently enrolled students who have paid their health fee. Prompt closure may occur in response to state, local or campus safety orders.


Call 911 for medical or mental health emergencies

To Report On Campus Emergencies, Call Campus Safety at 714-432-5555.

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OC Navigator - connect to a variety of resources

Substance Use Treatment Finder

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As of June 1, 2023, the student requirement to report positive COVID-19 testing HAS ENDED. Staff and Faculty still need to report to HR.

Stay home if you are sick, inform your instructors if you are absent from class, and contact your healthcare provider for a medical evaluation. It is your responsibility to contact your professors and ask for accommodation if needed.

If you test positive for COVID-19, take the following safety measures to help keep yourself and others safe:

  1. Seek Treatment. If you have symptoms, particularly if you are at higher risk for severe COVID-19, speak with a healthcare provider as soon as you test positive. You may be eligible for antiviral medicines or other treatments for COVID-19. COVID-19 antiviral medicines work best if taken as soon as possible, and within 5-7 days from when symptoms start. 
  2. Stay home if you have COVID-19 symptoms, until you have not had a fever for 24 hours without using fever reducing medication AND other COVID-19 symptoms​ are mild and improving.​
    • ​​​​​​​​​If you do not have symptoms, you should follow the recommendations below to reduce exposure to others.
  3. Mask when you are around other people indoors for the 10 days* after you become sick or test positive (if no symptoms). You may remove your mask sooner than 10 days if you have two sequential negative tests at least one day apart. Day 0 is symptom onset date or positive test date.
  4. Avoid contact with people at higher-risk for severe COVID-19 for 10 days*. Higher-risk individuals include the elderly, those who live in congregate care facilities, those who have immunocompromising conditions, and that put them at higher risk for serious illness. 

The Student Health Center does perform COVID-19 antigen testing by appointment only as needed for eligible, symptomatic students that have been evaluated by the medical provider. Same-day appointments are limited.  We do NOT do COVID-19 Testing for travel or non-symptomatic purposes.

Take Home COVID-19 Tests are available for free at the Student Health Center while supplies last.

This is general information provided as a resource for symptomatic people looking for testing. We are not affiliated with any of the following resources.


Reach out to your medical provider, urgent care center, pharmacy, or the CDPH Call Center at 833-422-4255 and ask about prescription COVID-19 medications. Don’t wait until symptoms get worse, the medications must be started within the first 5 days of symptoms to be effective.

COVID-19 medications are widely available and effective for treating COVID-19 to prevent serious illness. They are recommended for most adults, including those older than 50 years, and some teens. While government-purchased supplies last, the medications remain available for free, whether or not you have insurance or citizenship status. Ask your pharmacy if they have free supply available.  

If you have difficulties accessing COVID-19 medication, you can make a free phone or video appointment with a health care provider through California’s COVID-19 telehealth service by visiting or calling 1-855-780-3855.  This program will run to the end of February 2024. Visit YouCanBeatIt.Org for information on additional telehealth options that are available beyond February 2024.

If you test positive for COVID-19, treat it. Call 1-833-422-4255

Text: Be a hero to your friends, get Vaccinated today

*COVID-19 Vaccine: Everyone age 6 months and above is eligible for the vaccine.  View updates from the Orange County COVID-19 Vaccine Taskforce.

For COVID-19 Vaccine information, please view: COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet for College Students. Below are registration sites to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. We are not affiliated with any of the following resources:

Prevention is the best strategy to reduce your risk of viral infection.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are unavailable.
  • Avoid close contact with people who have suspected or confirmed COVID-19. 
  • Wear a well fitting mask in poorly ventilated spaces and crowds.
  • Improving ventilation and spending time outdoors
  • Keep healthy by eating a balanced diet, drinking water, getting enough sleep, and managing stress.
  • Quit smoking and vaping forever.
  • Obtain a preventative vaccine such as the COVID-19 vaccine or flu shot if available.


For more information, call 1-800-CDC-INFO or view  CDC - How to Protect Yourself & Others.

RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) Prevention

  • Do not go to school or work when you are symptomatic.
  • Avoid close contact such as kissing, hugging, and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick, and when you are sick.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your upper shirt sleeve, not your hands.
  • Mask when indoors or large group settings.
  • Wash your hands frequently, especially before and after eating and using the bathroom.
  • Get your flu shot and COVID-19 vaccines to prevent complications from these viral illnesses.
  • Parents and caregivers should keep young children with acute respiratory illnesses out of childcare, even if they have tested negative for COVID-19.
For more information, please view the following sites: CDPH RSV Health Advisory and CDC RSV Information.

Mpox Information

Welcome Coastline (CCC) Students

Medical services are provided to enrolled Coastline students who have paid the health fee through a contractual agreement with Orange Coast College Student Health Center.

For Coastline College Mental Health Services, COASTLINE (CCC) College students may call 714-241-6005 for an appointment.