Services Fees

Most services at Student Health Service are pre-paid via the segregated fee for Student Health Service as part of tuition. However, students are strongly encouraged to obtain supplemental health insurance to cover such services as emergency and hospital care, specialist care, certain lab fees and ambulance transport. 

​NO Additional Charge Services

  • Unlimited outpatient visits to see a clinician for a physical, illness, injury or concern
  • Laboratory testing (performed on-site)
  • Pharmacy medications for acute illness and injury (on-site pharmacy)
  • Health promotion/wellness including physical examinations
  • Physicals for Childcare Clearance 
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening, counseling and treatment for women and men
  • Reproductive healthcare (including annual gynecologic exams, contraceptive counseling and care)
  • Minor surgery (wound repair, suture removal)
  • Nutrition counseling with a Registered Dietician
  • Mental health visits and management of medications
  • Travel consultations for international travelers
  • Walk In nurse clinic for cold symptoms
  • Annual influenza vaccine

What is available at Student Health Service but NOT covered by your pre-paid fee (additional charges may result):
  • Allergy shots - $20 per visit
  • Tb skin tests - $15
  • Sports Physicals & Pre-Employment Physicals - $20
  • Other vaccinations are charged at the cost of the vaccine
  • Specialty laboratory tests performed at the Student Health lab (basic panels, flu tests)
  • Medications taken on an ongoing basis (available based on pharmacy inventory, provided at low cost)
  • Radiology (X-ray, ultrasound) – these services can be ordered by Student Health to be done at local providers, with charges per your insurance policy’s coverage and reimbursement at that provider
  • No show/late cancellation fee - $20 (applies to appointments that are not cancelled the day prior)

Services NOT covered by the pre-paid fee for Student Health Service:

  • Hospitalization and specialist visits at community clinics
  • Emergency room or urgent care visits
  • Specialty laboratory tests performed by an outside laboratory
  • Medication obtained at community commercial pharmacies
  • Complex wound care or surgical procedures
Students are strongly encouraged to obtain supplemental health insurance to cover such services as emergency and hospital care, specialist care, and ambulance transport.

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