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Health and Wellness


One of the most important ingredients for an enjoyable college experience is staying healthy and physically fit. Although CCC does not have an on-site medical clinic, the faculty and staff are dedicated to providing a safe environment. Upon arrival at the College for check-in, you will be asked to present a form of insurance, whether individual student insurance or as a dependent in a family HMO insurance plan. If your policy does not include out-of-state coverage, CCC will provide you with information to take out a student insurance plan that offers coverage while you are at college.

Unforeseen circumstances may arise, but Clearwater Christian College has prepared in advance for emergency medical situations. A service list of doctors, dentists, chiropractors, and optometrists is posted in every unit and walk-in clinics and full-service hospitals are within minutes from the campus. Refrigerators are located in every unit/dorm room for necessary medical supplies. Resident Directors are available at any time to provide assistance in a medical emergency, to provide transportation to a doctor, or to make sure that you are getting necessary rest. At check in, please list all pre-existing medical conditions and medications that you are currently taking. By giving permission to staff to review this information, you will help us help you in the event of an emergency.

Similar to any situation when you are away from home, please include a Pharmacy Pack in your luggage. Basic health items could be included, such as BandAids, Advil, Tylenol, Motrin, sunscreen, and sunburn cream. Vitamin C and a daily vitamin supplement could also be included to help you stay healthy during your first few months at CCC.


I found CCC online when I did a web search for a small, Christian college with Air Force ROTC. CCC was one of the very few in the nation that fell under all three of these qualifications. Once I had found the college and started looking at it more closely, I found that many people I knew had friends or family here. Life at the college is amazing. It is small enough to get to know everyone which is exactly what I wanted. I pay for some of my bill by working on campus. My job is to help with breakfast and lunch preparation. Being an ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corp) student makes my life a little more difficult than normal; however, our classes are the best. Over all, my favorite thing about CCC is the mission opportunities that are available to students. Almost every day students participate in some sort of mission. It's a blast and you're working for the Lord!