The 2014-2015 Student Life Fee
All registered students are assessed a quarterly Student Life Fee which allows you access to the Student Health Service and Student Counseling Service. This fee also covers your activities through the Office of the Reynolds Club and Student Activities (ORCSA) as well as class laboratory and library fees.
The 2014-15 Student Life Fee for graduate students is $347 per quarter for fall, winter and spring. For college students, the fee is $371 per quarter for fall, winter and spring. You are assessed this fee for each quarter you are registered on campus. If you were registered at the University the preceding spring quarter you may also elect to pay this fee during the summer quarter when you are not registered in order to access the Student Health Service and Student Counseling Service.
The Student Life Fee will be waived only for those of you who live and study over 100 miles from campus, and who will not be on campus during the quarter. These waivers are administered by area Deans of Students.
Students who are NOT assessed the Student Life Fee and cannot access the Student Health Service or Student Counseling Service include:
- students in the Graduate School of Business Evening, Weekend, Executive Programs
- students in the SSA Evening Program
- students in the Graham Master of Liberal Arts, MS Analytics, and MS Threat Response & Management
- students in pro forma status
Dependent spouses or same-sex domestic partners and dependent children age 14 and older, who are insured through the University Student Health Insurance Plan (U-SHIP), are assessed the Dependent Life Fee and are entitled to receive services at the Student Health Service and the Student Counseling Service. The Dependent Life Fee will be charged to your bursar account, in addition to the Student Insurance Premium. The 2014-15 Dependent Life Fee is $272.
While most of the services provided at Student Health and Student Counseling are covered by the Student Life fee, some services incur an additional charge. More information is available in the Guide to Student Health and Counseling Services, or by consulting the websites of the Student Health Service and the Student Counseling Service.
At the Student Health Service the Student Life fee covers:
- Routine physicals
- Acute and chronic care
- PAP smears
- STI testing
- Flu vaccination
- Travel consult (excludes specialist charges)
- Allergy injection visits
- Sports medicine consults
- Educational materials
- Health counseling
At the Student Counseling Service the Student Life fee covers:
- Diagnostic assessment
- Crisis intervention
- Short-term psychotherapy
- Couples counseling
- Support groups
- Wellness programs (and workshops)
- Substance abuse counseling
- Academic/study skills counseling (and workshops)
- Medication consultation and management
- Referral services