Eligibility and fees
To be eligible to receive services at the Student Health and Counseling Center, you must be a current student taking at least six credit hours and pay the Student Health and Counseling Center fee. To add the fee to your student account, fill out the Additional Fees Form on Bursar's Office website under student forms.
Note: The Student Health and Counseling Center fee is not insurance and does not provide any type of insurance coverage.
$150 per fall or spring semester; $100 summer
Fall and spring semesters:
The fee is automatically assessed for students enrolled in six or more face-to-face credit hours. Students who are not automatically assessed the fee have the option of paying the fee as long as they are taking at least 6 credit hours.
The fee is automatically assessed for students enrolled in six or more face-to-face credit hours. Students who are enrolled in fewer than 6 credits or no credits may elect to pay the fee and use the Center as long as they plan to be enrolled in the upcoming fall semester for six or more credits and were eligible for our services in the preceding spring semester. To Add the fee to your student account, please fill out the Additional Fees Form found under forms on the Bursar's Office Website.
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.
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
- 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
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