Student Health Fee
All registered students must pay the health fee, part of the UO tuition and fees package. The health fee ensures a healthy and safe campus. The fee supports immunization compliance, funds health education and wellness activities, provides access to behavioral mental health counseling services, provides access to contraceptives and safer sex resources, and enables the University Health Services to plan for and respond to campus health emergencies. It also provides crisis intake for psychiatry, sexual victim advocacy, alcohol education, triage nursing advice, after-hours nursing telephone advice 365 days per year, and more.
The student health fee is not health insurance.
The health fee is not health insurance; you are still responsible for paying for medical and mental health services at University Health Services.
Health Services Access for Non-Students
Are you graduating or taking the term/semester off from classes? Do you intend to register but haven’t yet? If you need to access health services but are no longer a registered or enrolled student, you may be eligible to access University Health Services if you meet one of the following criteria:
- You were enrolled as a UO student during the prior academic term/semester for at least one day and either withdrew or graduated.
- You are admitted to the UO for the current or upcoming term/semester, but you have not yet registered for classes.
Note that standard fees for services will apply.
There are no additional fees to access University Health Services.
When you call to schedule your appointment or check-in, University Health Services staff will help determine your eligibility. If you have any questions, please contact us at 541-346-2770.
The UO recommends that all students have health insurance to cover unexpected medical expenses. We offer the UO Student Health Benefits Plan, or we can courtesy bill several other companies. Stop by University Health Services to register your health insurance.