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Eligibility & Fees

Eligibility Dates:

Spring 2018 enrollment eligibility:  01/01/2018 - 05/11/2018

Summer 2018 enrollment eligibility:  05/14/2018 - 08/17/2018

Fall 2018 enrollment eligibility:  08/20/2018 - 12/31/2018

What makes you eligible?

As a general rule, only those individuals that pay the student health portion of the student fees should be granted access. Unfortunately, it's not as simple as putting individuals in categories and then deciding, by category, if they are or are not paying the student health fees. The situation/determination can be as unique as the individual.

Virtually everybody pays the mandatory student fees. A few possible exceptions are below:

  • Employees receiving a waiver
  • Veterans
  • Individuals auditing classes
  • TCU (tri-college university)

NDSU employees receiving a waiver pay only the NDSU Technology Fee and the ND University System Fees. As a result, they do not have access to the Student Health Service clinic and pharmacy because they are not paying the student health portion of the student fees. Please note that just because someone is an employee, that does not mean they couldn't possibly be eligible to access Student Health. The employee may, for example, receive a waiver for one class but pay for two others out of pocket (and be paying all of the fees). Also, spouses and dependents do pay all of the student fees; only the tuition is waived. As a result, they do have access to the clinic and pharmacy. 

Student Fees

Students enrolled in the current semester and paying students fees have unlimited access to office visits with a nurse or provider at the Student Health Service clinic. Reasonable fees are charged for immunizations, injections, laboratory services, medications, prescriptions, procedures, supplies, treatments, and x-ray exams. For more information, please see our Billing page

Intent of the Health Fee:
The Student Health Service is funded by a health fee included with tuition for full-time students each semester (pro-rated for part-time students). A break down of the cost of the student fees is available through the NDSU One Stop website. The student fee provides operational and personnel funding which includes, but is not limited to, unlimited office visits with medical providers and nurses, salaries, benefits, and programs and services that promote student health and wellness. 

One Time Follow Up Visit Fee ($20)

Students who are not enrolled for the current semester but are needing a re-check appointment from a previous Student Health Service appointment may pay a one-time follow up visit fee to see their provider within 30 days of the end of that semester. This includes students who may have graduated or who are not enrolled for the following semester. 
**Fees may be charged for additional services. 

NOTE: This does not apply for "new" visits. It must be a re-check from an existing appointment reason that the student has been seen for within the previous semester. 

(Annual) Summer User Fee ($40)

Students who are not enrolled for summer semester but were enrolled in the previous spring semester AND are enrolled in the following fall semester are eligible to utilize the clinic during the summer for an annual one-time summer user fee. By paying this fee, students will have unlimited access to office visits with a provider at the clinic during the summer months. Students can pay this fee at any point throughout the summer. 
**Fees may be charged for additional services. 

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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7331/ Fax: (701) 231-6132
Campus address: Wallman Wellness Center 102
Physical/delivery address: 18th Street and Centennial Blvd., Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2842 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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