LAST UPDATE - 7/7/21


Site presence of lab and clinical students is still permitted, and they continue in-person rotations in the hospital/clinical and lab settings at this time. These students are expected to adhere to CDC guidelines as well as TCHHN guidelines in the clinical context. Like TCHHN employees, students are expected to conduct daily temperature checks and remain home if they experience COVID symptoms or have been exposed to COVID in the community.

Visitors to The College’s campus are restricted at this time.


The following link contains information regarding the CRRSAA Act funds, eligibility to receive funds, and the expected disbursement date of the funds.

CRRSAA Act Information - Federal reporting requirements


The following link contains information regarding the CARES Act funds, eligibility to receive the funds, and the expected disbursement date of the funds.

CARES Act Information - Federal reporting requirements


The Christ College is pleased to announce several initiatives aimed at reducing tuition and fee costs for the 2020-21 academic year. We are committed to delivering the best education in all formats to each of our students, and we want to do that in a way that helps eliminate any barriers to your admirable pursuit of a career in healthcare. We’re so proud that each of you has chosen this path; it’s more important now than ever, and we’re happy to support your passion. It is our sincere hope that these initiatives bring some relief to you and your family as you navigate a myriad of changes resulting from COVID-19.

  • The Christ College is committed to awarding a scholarship to all students who do not already qualify or receive funding from their employer or other scholarship/grant sources
  • Tuition rates will not increase from the 2019-20 school year
  • Reduced fees in the following areas:
    • Student Activities
    • Technology/Learning Resource
    • Graduation
    • Parking

Thank you for your commitment to our College. We are so proud of the work you put in every day as you strive to become the next generation of healthcare heroes. As we forge ahead during these unprecedented times, we anxiously await your full return to campus in the near future.


The Margaret Toms Fund was created as a way to provide emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an unexpected situation. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, these needs have increased among our student body.

Please consider donating to The Margaret Toms Fund or The Christ College Food Pantry to help our students who need assistance at this time.

If you are a student who is struggling financially due to a temporary and unexpected event (medical emergency, loss of employment, etc.), please let us know by clicking here.


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