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Health Center: Costs & Insurance
Services provided through the Health Center are offered either for free or at minimal cost, regardless of insurance status. Visits with all Health Center providers are free. Medications, injections, medical supplies and diagnostic or laboratory studies are supplied for a nominal fee.
Health Center services and resources are available to all students, regardless of insurance status. However, a solid insurance plan is a critical part of the University’s commitment to provide quality health care to our students.
All full-time undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in the University's group health insurance plan. If you expect to be covered through a health insurance plan outside the University, e.g., through a parent's policy, you must request exemption from the University group health insurance plan by completing and submitting a health insurance waiver. Unless you complete this waiver, you will be automatically billed for the University's group insurance premium at registration each semester during the regular academic year. A link to the health insurance waiver may be found on the Student Accounts web page under "Quick Links".
Part-time and graduate students are not required to participate in the University group insurance plan. Summer insurance coverage is available if you wish to take advantage of this plan on a year-round basis. For those students enrolled beginning in the spring or summer semester, a separate application process is required.
Please review the 2014-2015 Regence Student Health Insurance Brochure for a brief overview of coverage. Additional information, brochures and claim forms are available from the Regence website or by calling 1-888-367-2116.