Due to the various types of insurance plans and companies our students have, the SHC does not submit claims to any insurance company except the student health insurance plan through Aetna Student Health.
Your medical insurance can be billed by LabCorp for any labs done in the SHC.
All students pay a $5 administrative visit fee for appointments with a Nurse Practitioner. If the provider brings a student in for a in clinic evaluation after a telehealth visit, there is not an additional visit fee charged.
Some medical services carry an additional charge, see below.
|Admin of vaccine or medication||$10|
|In House Labs|
|Rapid strep test||$10|
|Wet prep - microscopy||$5|
|Cepheid rapid COVID/Flu||$75|
|Cepheid rapid COVID only||$40|
|Cepheid rapid strep||$35|
|Drainage of infection/abscess||$20|
|Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)||$85|
|PPD (TB skin test)||$15|
|Tetanus, diptheria, pertussis (Tdap)||$45|
|Antibiotic - Ceftriaxone||$15|
I heard that everything at the health center is free for students. Is this really true?
There is a $5.00 administrative visit fee for students to see a Nurse Practitioner 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 visit fee, there may charges for tests, immunizations (including flu shots) and special surgical procedures based. We 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, debit or credit card. Students must pay for services and tests at the time of their visit. Students may pay in person or online. We are not able to accept the Campus card.
I have student insurance. Doesn't this cover all of the charges?
Even students with the Student Health Insurance Plan are responsible for the $5 administrative visit fee. Other fees charged at the SHC will be billed to the student insurance.