• Health Clinic Fees

  • Provider Visit Costs: 

    • There is no cost to undergraduate or day program law students for Health Service provider visits.  (These students are automatically charged a health services fee as part of registration.) 
    • Graduate students and weekend law students seeking to utilize Health Services may do so by paying a one-time charge of $80/semester.  This fee covers unlimited visits for the semester. 
    • Graduate students and weekend law students may instead opt to pay a per-visit Health Services fee of $20 (capped at a maximum amount of $80/semester).  
    • There is no charge for counseling services.   

    No Show fees (for all students): 

    Students who no-show for an appointment will have a fee billed to their student account: 

    • $15 per missed appointment with a counselor or health services provider 
    • $50 per missed appointment with the psychiatrist

    Additional charges (for all students):  

    Depo Provera -- $65

    Ear Irrigation – no charge

    Nebulizer -- $10

    Plan B (emergency contraception) -- $18

    Pregnancy Test (urine) -- no charge

    Rapid Mono -- $10

    Rapid Strep -- $10

    STI Testing:

             Chlamydia & Gonorrhea -- $30

              HIV -- $12

    Urine Analysis-Dipstick – no charge

    Vaccines:

              Flu -- $20 

              TDap -- $50

    Wart Removal -- $20/visit

    TB Test (PPD, Mantoux) -- $65

    Laboratory tests that are sent to an outside lab can be billed directly to the student’s health insurance plan.  Students can also choose to pay with cash or check, or have their student account billed.

  • Hamline News

    Following an impressive showing by all the finalists, Andrew Brady was chosen as the undergraduate student speaker for Commencement 2015. Congratulations to all of the finalists, Brianna Brown, Eleanna Mathioudis, and Savana D'Amico, for their tremendous speeches.

    This year, the staff of the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice would like to honor Carlos Sneed with the annual Community Social Justice Award.