Immunization & Health - Athletics

Requirements for Student Athletes

photo of women's soccer teamPlanning on being an MCC athlete? Here are a few things you need to know prior to participation on an athletic team at MCC:

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) requires that all first year athletes submit a completed Intercollegiate Athlete Physical (1st year) signed by your primary care provider to Health Services, via mail or walk in (no faxes will be accepted) by July 15th for Fall/Winter sports and by August 15th for Spring sports.

Physicals.........If you do not have a primary care provider click here for a list of places locally that provide physicals.

Returning Athletes (2nd year) are required to complete an Intercollegiate Returning Athlete Forms and have signed clearance from their primary care provider. This form needs to be completed and turned in to Health Services via mail or walk in (no faxes will be accepted) by July 15th for Fall sports and by August 15th for Spring sports.

In addition to the Immunization Requirements of all students in the general student population, athletes must also have:

  • Tetanus shot within the last ten (10) years

Insurance Requirements & Information

Student Athletes are required to have a comprehensive insurance plan while participating on an athletic team. That information including the ID number and a copy of both sides of your insurance card needs to be turned in with your physical or returning athlete forms and is a part of the clearance process. If you need to purchase insurance please review The Allen J. Flood Companies, Inc. brochure and complete their enrollment form. If you have any questions or need assistance please contact one of The Allen J. Flood Companies, Inc reps, Angela French at 800-734-9326 x225 or Dawn Capozzoli at 800-734-9326 x224.

If you do have an injury please be sure to report it promptly to ensure you get the care needed in the quickest amount of time.

When filing an insurance claim please print the claim filing instructions and complete the insurance claim form and submit it to the insurance company directly. If you have any questions on filing a claim you can contact Klais & Co, Inc.. directly at: 1-800-331-1096. Once a claim has been filed and you would like to check the status please visit Klais & Co., Inc website and follow the prompts in the right corner under "STATUSLINK".

 

Confidentiality :Your medical care and counseling at Monroe Community College Health Services are confidential. Health care records are kept separately from academic records. We do not release information outside of Monroe Community College without your written permission, except upon a court order, as required by law (as in the case of certain communicable diseases and reports of child abuse), or as required, in our judgment, to protect you or others from immediate physical danger.
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