Fees for Services
For currently enrolled students, there is no office visit charge to see a healthcare provider for an acute illness or injury. However, there is a fee for physical examinations for activities such as football, scuba diving, study abroad and ROTC. Student Health Services (SHS) also charges a separate fee for such services as X-rays, laboratory work, orthopedic appliances, dressings, suturing lacerations, injections, immunizations, and other surgical procedures. The charges incurred from your visit may be placed on your bursar account or can paid by cash or check.
Because there is no office visit charge, our contracts with insurers allow us to not collect a co-pay. However, deductible and co-insurance as outlined by your insurance carrier apply and will need to be met.
SHS is currently in-network with
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- UnitedHealthcare Student Health Insurance
- Cigna PPO
We will file any other insurance you have, but please know that they may not fully cover services rendered here due to being out-of-network.
Please notify the receptionist at the time of your visit. We do not currently accept assignment for Medicare or Medicaid.
If you are covered under an insurance plan, please have a current card with you at the time of service. Once information is given to the insurance office it will not be necessary to have your card at subsequent visits unless your coverage changes.
Student Health Insurance
If you are a Graduate Student or an International Student receiving an assistantship, you will be automatically enrolled by the Graduate School or International Programs. INFORMATION REGARDING POLICY AND CHARGES WILL BE AVAILABLE AND POSTED IN AUGUST OF EACH YEAR.
The university now offers a voluntary health insurance plan for undergraduate students. Learn more here.
- Insurance information is needed at your first visit to SHS.
- Provide an e-mail address that is checked frequently.