Student Health Services & Pricing

As of January 2019. Fees subject to change. 

Please Note: Student Health Services does not bill health insurance for office visits, medications despensed from the office, immunizations administered in the office, or in-office rapid laboratory testing. You can always file a claim with your health insurance company for reimbursement. For any charges acquired during your visit, you will be able to pay with Student Charge, Cash or Check. We can bill the student's health insurance for sent out laboratory testing like bloodwork or urine testing. 

Office Visit Co-Pay
  • Full-time student: No co-pay
  • Part-time student: $20
Immunizations
  • Hepatitis A: $75/injection (series of 2)
  • Hepatitis B: $75/injection (series of 3)
  • Meningitis: $130
  • MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella): $75
  • Polio: $40
  • PPD (Tuberculin Mantoux): $25
  • TdAP (Tetanus/diptheria/pertussis): $55
  • Typhoid (Injection): $150
  • Typhoid (Vivotif Oral Pills): $80
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox): $130
  • Yellow Fever: US-Wide Shortage. Please visit the CDC website to learn about the alternative, Stamaril, and where you can find it. 
In-Office Laboratory Tests
  • Chlamydia only (urine) PA Dept. of Health (male/female): FREE
  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea (male/female): $25
  • HIV: $30
  • Rapid Mono Test: $5
  • Rapid Strep Test: $5
  • Rapid Flu Test $15
Women's Health
  • Birth Control Pills: $10
  • Emergency  Contraceptive (Plan B or Ella): $25
  • Urine Pregnancy Test: $5
  • Depo Provera Injection Administration: $5
Other Fees
  • Allergy Injection Administration: $5/injection
  • Other Injection Administration: $5/injection
  • Physicals* - PA, PT, Drivers License, and Employment: $25 

*You must have a valid historical physical on file from an outside Physician before we can preform a physical at Student Health services.