Student Health Center
Costs

Costs

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    Eligibility & Cost

    All currently registered Seattle University students are eligible for consultation and treatment at the Student Health Center.

    Payment Policies

    The Student Health Center will charge a $5.00 administrative fee for all visits with a health care provider.

    There are minimal charges for some services like labs and procedures. Services provided outside the Health Center are the responsibility of the student. Payment is required at the time services are rendered. We accept cash, checks and credit/debit cards (Visa and Mastercard only).

    Frequent Q's and A's about Payment Policies

    I heard that everything at the health center is free for students. Is this really true?

    There is a $5.00 administrative fee for students to see a medical provider for consultation and treatment at the Seattle University Student Health Center. At most other medical clinics there is a flat office visit charge of around $100.00 that does not include medications, lab charges and exam charges.

    What do I have to pay for?

    Aside from the $5.00 administrative fee per visit, there may charges for laboratory tests, immunizations (including flu shots) and special surgical procedures based on your insurance.  We are non-profit and try to keep our prices as low as possible so that all students can benefit from using the Health Center.

    How can I pay?

    Cash, check, or credit card (only Visa and Mastercard).  Students must pay for services and laboratory tests at the time of their visit.  Students with school insurance can have their labs, office procedures and immunizations billed, students with private insurance can have their labs billed directly from LabCorp. We are not able to accept the Campus card.

    I have student insurance. Doesn't this cover all of the charges?

    Perhaps. There have been many changes in health care over the past few years and more to come. It is always best to read your policy thoroughly. Undergrads, you can find the Student Health Insurance policy information here (Part-time Undergrad, Graduate and Law Students, please click here) on the covered benefits and exclusions or you may contact Wells Fargo at (800) 853-5899. If you are an International Student, Summit America Insurance does require a claim form. You may pick up a claim form at the International Student Office.

  • Contact Us

    Student Health Center

    Bellarmine Hall

    1111 E. Columbia Street #107

    Seattle, WA 98122

    Phone 206.296.6300 

    Fax 206.296.6089
    studenthealthcenter@seattleu.edu
    Clinic Hours Mon-Fri: 7:00am-5:00pm. Closed from 12-12:45 daily for lunch.
    Closed Saturday, Sunday and all University observed holidays.
    Appointments will only be made in person or over the phone.

    Summer Hours Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-4:30pm. Friday, 8:30am-3pm. Closed from 12:30-1:15 daily for lunch.