Billing & Fees

The following charges are not covered by the Health Fee.

Test performed at Health Services and Sent to Outside Lab

  • Pap Only
    $63.00
  • Chlamydia Only
    $82.00
  • GC/Chlamydia Gen Probe
    $165.00
  • Gonorrhea Only
    $84.00
  • Vaginal Culture
    $58.00
  • Urine Chlamydia
    $82.00
  • R.P. R (blood test)
    $16.00
  • HIV (blood test)
    $38.00
  • Herpes Culture
    $116.00
  • Culture and Sensitivity
    $58.00
  • HPV
    $65.00
  • Affirm
  • $99.00

 

STI Fund:  Available for a student to use once per school year.  Check with Health Services for availability.

Fund prices:

Genprobe Gonorrhea  $16.80

Genprobe Chlamydia  $16.40

Genprobe GC/Chlamydia  $33.00

Urine Chlamydia  $16.40

HSV  $23.20

Affirm  $19.80

RPR  $3.20

HIV  $7.60

HPV  $13.00

The billing process is as follows:

  1. Lab fees are added to your Student Account Services bill and will not indicate what tests were done. You will need to check your  account online.
  2. Bills can be prepaid. No one can get any personal information as to what test was done without your written consent and only those you have given access to your student account can view the charges.
  3. You may request an itemized bill indicating what tests have been done.

 Listed prices are for the Fall 2014 semester.  

Other Items and Materials that are Charged by Health Services

  • medications
  • allergy syringes
  • splints
  • slings
  • air casts
  • multiple dressing changes
  • minor surgical procedures
  • knee or joint aspirations
  • influenza testing
  • Mantoux testing
  • unreturned crutches

An itemized bill can bill can be provided on request.

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