Effective July 1, 2018, students who pay University Program and Facilities Fees, commonly referred to as “student fees,” can receive the following Nebraska Medicine–University Health Center services for no extra charge:
- Five Medical and/or Travel Clinic office visits per academic year (July – June). This does not include immunizations, laboratory services, medical procedures, physical therapy, preventative exams, prescriptions, psychiatric visits, routine physicals or X-rays
- Counseling and Psychological Services offers therapy sessions at no cost in a comprehensive short term counseling model (Some restrictions apply and certain services may incur a charge.) This does not include visits with psychiatric medication management providers
- Doctor-ordered STI testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV
- Doctor-ordered wellness profiles
- Triage nurse visits
- Sports physicals for club sports
- A brief discussion with a physical therapy team member about the benefits of our services. This does not include a personal evaluation or treatment
- First nutrition counseling session
All students, regardless of whether or not they have paid UPFF, can receive the following Nebraska Medicine – University Health Center services for no charge:
- Flu shots
- 24-hour doses of ibuprofen, acetaminophen and antacid at the health center pharmacy
- Tobacco Quit Kits, Cold Care Kits and other free self-care items as requested (Stop by the Health Center and ask a triage nurse for these free items).
University Program and Facilities Fees FAQ
UPFF is part of the cost of attending the university and is essential to the support of vital functions within the university community, including the health center. All enrolled students — even those pursuing an off-campus course such as student teaching — are assessed student fees along with tuition, whether or not they plan to take advantage of fee-funded facilities and services. For more information on UPFF, visit the Student Affairs website.
It depends. Fees for students taking seven or more credit hours cover many health center services, but fees for students taking six or fewer credit hours do not. These students may elect to pay the fee per term or they may procure services at the health center on a fee-for-service basis.
Note: The University Program and Facilities Fees are completely separate from the UnitedHealthcare StudentResources Student Health Insurance Plan premium.