Student Health Fee
Prorated Summer Health Fees
*Summer health fees will be assessed starting on Monday, May 16, 2022. These fees are for all visits: on-site or via "tele" (medicine, counseling or psychiatry) platform.
Prorated summer health fees are for students who are not enrolled in summer classes (or recent graduates) and wish to continue services will pay the health fee as below:
From the end of classes through June 30: $60 health fee
July 1 – July 31: $40 health fee
August 1 till start of fall classes: ‘if’ you are enrolled in the upcoming fall semester there is no health fee required to obtain services prior to classes starting. If you are not enrolled, you may pay the $40 health fee to be seen until classes start.
We recommend that you don't pay a summer health fee until you need the services, that way if you don't need services until July, you would only pay $40. The fees do not stack. It would only be $60 or $40.
Student Health & Wellness Fee Per Credit Hour
The University of Arkansas requires all enrolled students to pay a mandatory health fee of $7.69 per credit hour. This fee enables the health center to provide high-quality, accessible health care and primary prevention services.
The student health fee is different than health insurance, in that the student health fee extends beyond direct patient care, and encourages students to take advantage of other services that contribute to positive health and wellness, and help keep students on the path toward graduation.
While the student health fee does not cover all services offered at the health center, it is essential for sustaining programs related to public health surveillance, regulatory compliance and crisis response. The fee also addresses important concerns for the entire campus community, including communicable disease, sexual health, mental health, and substance abuse.
Some things the student health & wellness fee covers and supports at the Pat Walker Health Center, the Sexual & Relationship Violence Center, & UARK Wellness include:
- 24-hour mental health emergency care
- Wellness and health education programs and outreach initiatives
- Individual consultations with a certified wellness coach
- Consultations and short-term counseling with a mental health clinician
- Various group therapy sessions and workshops
- Healthy student behavior programs that promote positive health and safety (e.g. sexually transmitted infections, drug and alcohol abuse, stress management, contraception)
- Consultation with a registered dietician
- Consultation with an orthopedic specialist from the community
- Peer education and outreach groups
- Access to sexual assault counseling, prevention and advocacy services
For additional questions about the student health fee, call the health center at 479-575-4451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view a full explanation of the fee on the explanation of fees page on the Treasurer's Office website.