- Making an Appointment
- About your Appointment
- Billing and Insurance
- Your Rights and Privacy
- General Care
- International Students
- Flight Physicals
- STD Testing
- Flu Shots
- Mental Health
About Your Appointment
Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment. If you are late for your appointment there is a possibility you may not be seen by your provider. * If you miss a scheduled appointment with a provider without notification, there will be a $25 No-show fee, click here for the No-show fee policy.
Please bring your STUDENT ID, HEALTH INSURANCE CARD, MEDICATIONS - including VITAMINS, HERBS, AND SUPPLEMENTS.
Bring student ID and insurance card to every visit.
Any discussion you have with your provider can be valuable to you in terms of both health and learning. As health professionals, we are a resource to care not only for your health concerns but also to promote wellness.
To benefit most from your talks with medical people, take an active part in the exchange.
- Ask questions. Write them down beforehand if you wish.
- Don't feel rushed.
- If you do not feel that your questions are being answered, say so and restate your specific needs.
- Many people feel anxious about seeing a doctor and find it difficult to discuss their health concerns openly. If this happens to you, preface your talk with your practitioner by explaining how you feel.
The professional yet informal atmosphere at the Student Health Service is intended to be a positive experience for you.
Find information on your rights and privacy.
Learn about billing and insurance practices.