Eligibility and fees

Student Health and Counseling Center fee

All UAF students pay a consolidated fee which provides eligibility for student acces to the Student Health and Counseling Center. 

There will now be a single line item called “Fairbanks Consolidated Fee” and/or “Rural Campus Consolidated Fee,” which includes all student activity and program fees in one lump sum, instead of many individual fees. Students at the Fairbanks campus, eCampus and the Community and Technical College will see a charge for $50 per credit. Students enrolled at a College of Rural Community and Development campus will see a charge of $20 per credit. The services this fee covers are listed online.  

Note: This fee is not insurance and does not provide any type of insurance coverage.

Fairbanks Consolidated Fee (depends on number of credits being taken) student handbook

Fall and spring semesters:

The fee is automatically assessed for students enrolled in any credits in the UAF system.

 Summer semester: 

The fee is automatically assessed for students enrolled in any credits in the UAF system. 

If you are not taking classes in the summer, you must pay the bridge fee of $100 to continue receiving medical and counseling services through out the summer semester.   Please see forms:

Basic medical and counseling services at the Student Health and Counseling Center on the Fairbanks campus. There is no office visit charge; however, additional fees are incurred when medications, labs, supplies or certain documentation are provided, or if students do not show up for appointments. If extended counseling visits are granted (see Counseling services) there is a $25 fee per session. See costs for services or the no-show fee policy.

Costs for services

Prices are subject to change without notice.

  • General physicals requiring documentation: $30 plus any lab fees
  • Annual gynecological exam: $50-$75
  • Ibuprofen: $8
  • Antidepressant medications: $15 - $40
  • Birth control pills: $20
  • Antibiotics: $10 - $35
  • Acid reflux: $20
  • Urinalysis: $15
  • Strep screen: $15
  • Complete blood count: $20
  • Glucose: $15
  • Ferritin: $20
  • Iron panel: $35
  • Lipid panel: $25
  • Mono test: $15
  • TSH (thyroid): $30
  • Vitamin D: $50
  • Flu test: $25
  • Urine pregnancy test: $15

Vaccines:

  • Tdap or Td (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis ): Free
  • Twinrix (Hepatitis A and B): $65 each
  • Hepatitis B: $45 each
  • Hepatitis A: $35 each
  • Meningitis: Free (age restrictions apply)
  • MMR (measles, mumps,rubella): free
  • HPV (human papilloma virus): free (age restrictions apply)
  • Influenza: free

Titers:

A titer is a blood draw to check for immunity to certain diseases (free for eligible students; $30 for non-eligible students)

  • Varicella (chicken pox), Hepatitis A and B, MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
  • Tuberculosis tests:Ppd skin test: $10
  • Quantiferon gold blood draw: $60

**Prices subject to change without notice