Office calls are free for UND students who pay student fees. There is no charge for students to see a health care provider. However, charges are made for ancillary and special services such as laboratory, x-ray, pharmacy, minor surgery, allergy injections, immunizations, wart treatment, etc. There is also a charge for physicals, including FAA, pre-employment, and pre-operative physicals.
Students are strongly encouraged to have some type of health insurance coverage so you will not be stuck with large medical bills in the event of a health care crisis. International students are required by the state of North Dakota to purchase health insurance for students.
Many students are eligible to continue on their family health insurance program. Consult with your insurance provider to determine if this option in available to you.
Students also have the option of subscribing to the Student Health Insurance Policy available through the University. This insurance covers most basic health care charges, plus emergency care. For additional information, pick up a Student Health Insurance brochure at Student Health Services or call 775-3131 (Grand Forks) or 1-800-732-4336(outside the Grand Forks area).
Please present your insurance card when you visit Student Health Services. A copy of your card will be included in your health record to help ensure proper billing.
Student Health Services charges will be billed to your University Account, whether or not you have health insurance. A credit will be issued to your account when your insurance company makes payment. Charges made to university accounts will indicate a non-itemized Student Health Services charge.
Click here for Pharmacy billing information.
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