Summer Health Fee

If you’re going to be in Madison for all or part of the summer, consider taking advantage of University Health Services’ Summer Health Fee option. UHS is open during our regular hours throughout the summer, and all the usual health services are available, including medical care, mental health counseling, and pharmacy.

What is the Summer Health Fee?

The Summer Health Fee is $86 and provides access to UHS services between May 25 and August 31, 2014.

Any student who was enrolled during the Spring 2014 semester is eligible to pay the Summer Health Fee.

When and How Do I Pay?

You must pay before your first summer appointment occurs. You can pay:

  • Online; or
  • In person at the cashier at 333 East Campus Mall, Room 8501, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm; cash, checks with ID, and credit cards accepted.

Payments for the summer health fee will be accepted beginning May 1, 2014.

Graduating Seniors

Graduating seniors are eligible to use UHS until May 24, 2014, and are then eligible for the Summer Health Fee.

Students Enrolled in Summer Classes

If you are enrolled in classes for any summer session at UW–Madison, you do not have to pay the Summer Health Fee. Summer students pay summer tuition and segregated fees, which makes them eligible to use UHS.

SHIP Members

If you are currently enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), your Summer Health Fee is included in your health insurance and you can continue using UHS throughout the summer. You do not need to pay the Summer Health Fee.

Using Pharmacy Services Only

Students may continue to use the UHS pharmacy through August 31, 2014, without paying the Summer Health Fee. However, if you need to make an appointment with a health care provider in order to get a prescription or refill, you must pay the Summer Health Fee.

Using Massage Therapy Only

Students may continue to purchase massage therapy appointments throughout the summer without paying the Summer Health Fee.

Guest Students

Guest students do not pay segregated fees during the academic year, so unfortunately they are not eligible to use UHS and are not eligible for the Summer Health Fee.

Fall Semester Eligibility

All students who have enrolled for the Fall 2014 semester are eligible to use UHS services as of August 15, 2014.