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Health fee & insurance
(Spring 2017)

Student Health Fee

This fee automatically appears on your semester bill if you are taking more than six credit hours.
If you have fewer hours, you must pay the fee to receive services.

The fee covers consultations with medical and mental health providers as well as health
promotion and wellness programs. It is not insurance.

Services/procedures not covered by the pre-paid health fee include, but are not limited to:

  • casting/splinting
  • stitches
  • lab tests
  • costs associated with referral appointments

Charges not covered by the fee may be paid by cash, check, credit card or they will be
automatically billed to your student account.

The health fee is available for spouses; however, dependent children are not eligible to use the Health Center. Call (573) 882-9116 for more information.

Learn how the health fee and insurance are changing at the Health Center starting July 1, 2017.

Services covered are subject to change

account charges are confidentialInsurance

It is important for you to understand that the health fee is not insurance. Sometimes you may require testing or procedures that are not covered by the health fee.

However, we are happy to file insurance claims for any carrier except Medicare or Medicaid. We are a participating provider with the University-sponsored program, Aetna Student Health. See directions below on how to print your insurance card. All other carriers consider us out of network and may limit or prohibit payment.

  • It is the student’s responsibility to contact the insurance carrier concerning coverage of medical care while away from home.
  • Insurance is required for all international students, regardless of the number of credit hours.
  • Insurance is strongly recommended for domestic students.
  • Insurance may help pay for charges incurred at urgent care, emergency room and hospitalization.

Health care and insurance is complicated

Most people would agree the topics of insurance and health care are complicated. Each person is unique which makes the care and bills they recieve unique as well. It gets more complicated when the insurance holder is in one place and the student moves to Mizzou. Read our top tips to navigating health care while at Mizzou.

How to print your Aetna Student Health Insurance card

  • Visit
  • Enter University of Missouri - Columbia in the search box on the right
  • Select “Print Your ID Card” in the orange box
  • Enter your student ID and date of birth
  • Select “View Card”
  • Print


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