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Student Health Fee

What is the student health fee?

The health fee is a mandatory fee for all students and is part of their tuition fee each semester. The health fee allows the university to provide high-quality affordable clinical preventative care and mental health services at convenient on-campus locations by various departments. These departments include: Student Health Services (SHS), Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Victim Empowerment Program (VEP), Healthy Living Program (HLP), and the Disability Resource Center (DRC). They provide services such as:

  • Primary health care
  • Health education
  • Class presentations
  • Health fairs
  • Services and accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Counseling for mental health concerns
  • Support services for victims of emotional or physical abuse

These services are offered free or at a lower cost due to funding from the health fee.

Payment methods

You may pay by cash, credit card, debit card, check, or transfer to your university account (One Card). Most services are covered at 100% with no co-pay if you are currently enrolled in the school-sponsored insurance plan. These services are a list of the most frequently used services. For additional services, please call the Student Health Center departments directly.

Service Fees

(Prices are subject to change)

  • Immunization/Vaccinations

    Immunization/Vaccinations

    Flu Vaccine

    Covered by Health Fee

    Gardasil 9 (HPV)

    $ 240.00 per injection

    Hepatitis A

    $ 48.00 per injection

    Hepatitis B

    $ 74.00 per injection

    Meningitis

    $ 137.00

    MMR – Measles, Mumps, Rubella

    $ 87.00 per injection

    TDAP

    $ 47.00

    Twinrix (Hep A&B)

    $ 105.00 per injection

    Varicella Vaccine

    $ 150.00 per injection

    Injections

    Allergy-Single Injection

    $ 8.00

    TB Skin Test (PPD)

    $ 19.00

    Vitamin B-12

    $ 11.00

  • Other tests available

    Other tests available

    Blood Draw Fee

    $ 8.00

    CBC with Diff

    $ 12.00

    Comprehensive Metabolic Panel

    $ 12.00

    HCG-Pregnancy

    $ 12.00

    Hemoglobin A1C

    $ 14.00

    Influenza

    $ 21.00

    Lipid Profile

    $ 19.00

    Mononucleosis

    $ 12.00

    Strep

    $ 16.00

    Thyroid Panel

    $ 30.00

    Urinalysis Dipstick-UTI

    $ 13.00

  • Sexually transmitted infection testing

    Sexually transmitted infection testing

    Hepatitis B (Antibody)

    $ 22.00

    Hepatitis B (Antigen)

    $ 13.00

    Hepatitis C

    $ 22.00

    Herpes Types I & II

    $ 27.00

    HIV

    $ 23.00

    Gonorrhea/Chlamydia

    $ 20.00

    Syphilis

    $ 7.00

  • Titers

    Titers

    Hepatitis B Antibody IGG

    $ 22.00

    MMR Panel (Measles, Mumps, & Rubella)

    $ 43.00

    Varicella (Chicken Pox)

    $ 19.00

  • Women’s health services

    Women’s health services

    Annual Well-Woman Exam (Age 21 & over includes Pap Smear, Gonorrhea/Chlamydia test, Breast Exam)

    $ 59.00

     

    Colposcopy

    $ 151.00

    Depo Provera (Birth Control Shot)

    $ 72.00

    HPV Screening

    $ 61.00

    Pap Smear

    $ 39.00

  • Student Clinic

    Student Clinic

    Consultation with Healthcare Provider

    Covered by Health Fee

    Preventative Health Physical

    Covered by Health Fee

    Academic Physical (Pre-Matriculation)

    $ 26.00

    Missed Appointment Fee

    $ 10.00/$25.00

    Study Abroad Physical

    $ 26.00

    Walk-on Athletic Physical

    $ 120.00

  • Counseling and Psychological Services

    Counseling and Psychological Services

    Couples Counseling

    Covered by Health Fee

    E-therapy

    Covered by Health Fee

    Group Counseling

    Covered by Health Fee

    Individual Counseling

    Covered by Health Fee

    Online Mental Health Screenings

    Covered by Health Fee

    Therapist Assisted Online Podcasts

    Covered by Health Fee

    Career Assessment (Analysis of career goals with considerations for personality strengths)

    $ 32.00

     

    Neuropsychological Testing

    $ 300.00

    Psychoeducational Testing

    $ 300.00

    Comprehensive Testing

    $ 600.00

  • Disability Resource Center

    Disability Resource Center

    Adaptive Equipment/Furniture

    Covered by Health Fee

    ASL Interpreter Services

    Covered by Health Fee

    CART Services

    Covered by Health Fee

    Consultation with Access Consultant

    Covered by Health Fee

    Reader Services

    Covered by Health Fee

    Scribe Services

    Covered by Health Fee

    Test Proctoring Services

    Covered by Health Fee

    Text Conversion Services

    Covered by Health Fee

  • Healthy Living Program

    Healthy Living Program

    Acutonics/Auricular Acupuncture

    Covered by Health Fee

    Aromatherapy

    Covered by Health Fee

    Chair Massage

    Covered by Health Fee

    Condoms and Safer Sex Materials

    Covered by Health Fee

    Dietitian

    Covered by Health Fee

    Other Consultations (Stress Management, Sleep, Nutrition Coaching, Sexual Health, Asthma, HIV Counseling and Testing, Tobacco Dependence)

    Covered by Health Fee

    Acupuncture

    $ 25.00 per session

    Traditional Massage 30 min.

    $ 25.00

  • Victim Empowerment Program

    Victim Empowerment Program

    Victim Advocacy Services

    Covered by Health Fee

  • Additional procedures

    Additional procedures

    Ear Lavage

    $ 29.00

    Electrocardiogram (ECG)

    $ 51.00

    Incision & Drainage (Abscess)

    $ 59.00

    Nebulizer Treatment

    $ 23.00

    Wart Treatment

    $ 18.00

Frequently asked questions 

  • Does everyone pay the health fee? Who is exempt?

    The health fee is a mandatory fee charged to degree-seeking students as part of their tuition each semester. This includes Global First Year (G1Y) and Transient students.

    For students on tuition waivers, please refer to the OneStop tuition waiver to learn more about payment and eligibility requirements.

  • How much is the health fee?

    The health fee is currently $93.69 per semester.

  • What if students do not have any insurance?

    FIU is committed to keeping all students healthy whether they have insurance or not. Students who pay the health fee have access to the Student Health Clinics, medical providers, the Healthy Living Program, and all other programs and services covered by the health fee. For these students, the health fee will continue to subsidize the cost of office visits, routine medical exams for illness or injury, medical consultations, family planning consultations, health education, screening for high blood pressure and other conditions, thereby lowering or eliminating the direct cost to students. Any services (such as laboratory testing, medications, vaccines) performed outside of these are available at nominal fees.

  • Which services will be covered 100% by the health fee, for students without insurance?

    For students who do not have insurance, the health fee offsets the cost of office visits, routine medical exams for illness or injury, medical consultations, family planning consultations, health education, screening for high blood pressure, and other conditions at the clinics.

  • Which services will not be covered by the health fee, for students without insurance?

    Services not covered by the health fee include vaccines, lab tests (such as testing for strep, blood counts, mono, pregnancy, cholesterol, and urinalysis), pap smears, STD testing, EKGs, TB screenings, medications (prescription, injection, and over-the-counter), immunizations (such as measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis, and HPV) and other diagnostic testing and sub-specialty office visits.

    If you have further questions, concerns, or want additional information, you may contact a Student Health Clinics Patient Advocate at the following numbers:

    • Modesto Maidique Campus: 305-348-0331
    • Biscayne Bay Campus: 305-919-4811