• Counseling & Health Clinic Fees

  • Counseling & Health Visit Costs: 

    • There is no cost to undergraduate students for provider visits at Counseling and Health Services.   
    • Graduate students seeking to utilize Counseling & Health Services may do so by paying a one-time charge of $108/semester for full-time students, or $88/semester for part-time students.  This fee covers visits to both Counseling and/or Health 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) -- $20

    Pregnancy Test (urine) -- no charge

    Rapid Mono -- $10

    Rapid Strep -- $10

    STI Testing:

             Chlamydia & Gonorrhea -- $35

              HIV -- $15

    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

    As one of the first co-educational universities in the country, Hamline University’s early alumnae used their education to become leaders in the American woman suffrage movement.

    Hamline University is again among the top colleges in the nation according to the latest rankings by Forbes.com. Rankings are based on graduation rate, academic success, student debt, student satisfaction, and post-graduation success.

    At Hamline, student research happens all year long across all areas of study. Under the guidance of their professors, students undertake these collaborative research projects by first determining what specific topic and question they would like to examine in-depth. The result is a fascinating array of questions and discoveries that lead to students being chosen to present their work at national conferences.