Resources & Programs
- Local Hospitals
- Local Pharmacies
175 West Jackson Boulevard
(0.41 miles away)
Target – many generic drugs are $4 at Target
1154 South Clark Street
(0.27 miles away)
300 South State Street
(0.35 miles away)
2 East Roosevelt Road
(0.41 miles away)
- Immunization InformationIllinois Public Act 85-1315 requires that all students born on or after January 1, 1957 who enroll at least half-time (6 credit hours or more) in an Illinois post-secondary institution (college or university) must prove that they have immunity from certain communicable diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, measles, rubella, and mumps. Proof of immunity must be on file at the institution the student is currently attending.
Please Note: If you do not have a complete immunization record on file by the end of the eighth week of each semester (not including the Summer semester) a registration hold will be placed on your academic record, and you will not be eligible to register for the following semester.
If you have not yet submitted your required immunization records, you may do so by mailing them to :
Columbia College Chicago
600 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
Phone: (312) 369-7769
or faxing them to:
(312) 369-8091 or
To view a record of which specific immunizations you may be missing:
Sign on to Oasis Click the Student tab Click on the Immunization link in the student profile portlet .
To obtain a record of immunization:
Contact your parents or your doctor to request that they fax proof of immunization to 312.369.8073 or 312.369.8091.
Please be sure fax includes your full name and Oasis ID. You may also be able to obtain a record of immunization from the high school you attended.
For questions about immunization requirements, or for doctor referrals
please contact the Columbia Student Health Center.
Hours: 12-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Location: 731 South Plymouth Court, first floor
Records Office 312.369.7224
You may also contact:
- Women's Health Resources
- STD / HIV Testing
- Allergy Shots
- Additional Health Care ResourcesThe Health Center is a fantastic health care resource, but if you have questions when the center is closed or if you need care not covered by the college Health Center, please research the below websites to gain additional knowledge or information.
Medline Plus - National Library of Medicine
Do you have questions about mental health, depression, prescription drugs, or how to help a friend who is struggling with these issues? Follow this link for a mental health library, prescription drug database, anonymous Q&A, and suicide prevention information:http://www.ulifeline.org/
Are you concerned about your eating habits?
Do you wonder if you have an eating disorder? Would you like to take a free, anonymous screening for eating disorders? Click here to participate. You will need a password, the password is: COLUMBIACOLLEGECHIC
Suicide Hotline - 1-800-273-TALK