Student Health Fee

Included in the tuition bill is a mandatory student administrative health fee that all registered students must pay. The fee allows eligible students to access University Health Center services and helps to keep costs low, so students can afford care regardless of their insurance status. In addition, it funds wellness activities, provides access to contraceptives and safer sex resources, and enables the health center to respond to campus health emergencies.

The student health fee is not health insurance.

The health fee is not health insurance; you are still responsible for paying for services at the health center, but those costs will be much lower than similar services off campus because of the fee.


Optional Stop-Out Fee

Are you graduating this spring or taking the summer off from classes? In either case, if you are staying in Eugene for the summer, consider taking advantage of University Health Center’s optional stop-out fee. Any matriculated UO student may purchase an additional term of health center access after they are no longer taking classes. Opting to pay this voluntary fee gives you ongoing access to the University Health Center, at affordable student rates.

  • New graduates. Graduation is an exciting time, but it’s also filled with many transitions. By paying the optional stop-out fee, you can continue to visit the care providers at University Health Center—and you’ll have one less thing to worry about.
  • Students who are taking a term off. If you’re not taking classes, but staying in town for work or play, maintaining health care may be important to you. The optional stop-out fee allows you to do just that, at a location that is familiar, convenient, and specifically designed to meet your unique healthcare needs.

Stop by the reception desk at University Health Center to sign up.

Health Insurance

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 the University Health Center to register your health insurance.