Most visists and services at Health Services are free to students who have paid the Health and Wellness Fee for the current semester or term. For information on the cost of the Health and Wellness Fee, please see Financial Aid's webpage on Tuition and Fees.
No Cost Services include:
- Routine Office Visits with a Physician Assistant
- Nurse Visits
- Point-of-Care Tests, including Rapid Strep Tests, Rapid Mono Tests, COVID Tests, Influenza tests, Urinalyses, Urine Pregnancy Tests, Rapid Glucose Tests, In-office Hemoglobin tests
- A variety of over-the-counter medications, such as generic Tylenol, Advil, Tums, Sudafed, Pepcid, and others
Some first aid supplies, such as ice packs and bandages
Other services that are provided at a low cost include:
- Psychiatry Appointments - $10 per semester
- Some prescription medications - usually between $5 and $30 depending on the specific medication
- Medical procedures, such as laceration repairs, cryotherapy, or biopsies - usually between $10 and $30 depending on the specific procedure
- Immunizations - usually between $20 and $100 depending on the specific immunization
- Laboratory tests collected at Health Services and sent to Quest Diagnostics - usually between $4 and $50 depending on the specific test
In accordance with the No Suprises Act, Health Services will send a Good Faith Estimate of expected charges to all students ahead of their scheduled appointments. Students can view their Good Faith Estimates prior to their appointment by logging into their Student Health Portal and looking under "Messages."
Payment is expected at the time of service; cash, check, ApplePay, GooglePay, and debit and credit cards (Visa, Discover and Mastercard) are accepted (American Express is not accepted). Health Services is not able to bill your personal insurance but can provide a superbill for services provided for and paid by the student so the student can attempt to seek reimbursement from their own insurance company.