Payment and Insurance
We understand that cost can be an issue. IUPUI does not have a mandatory health fee. In order to offer students affordable services, we receive funding from the General Fee Fund via Division of Student Affairs. This enables us the ability to offer students a discounted rate of $29 for a Provider visit. Please note that discounted rates apply to semesters in which the fee was paid.
In-house labs performed during a provider visit are at no additional cost to the student. Available in-house labs include rapid pregnancy, rapid strep throat tests, rapid mono, urine dipsticks, accuchecks, fasting lipid panels, and rapid HIV. Please note that outside labs (such as labs sent to IU Health or South Bend laboratories), medications, and some procedures may be an additional fee.
For your convenience, we offer a select number of lower cost medications that can be dispensed in office. We can also direct you to one of the many pharmacies located on and around campus. Our providers will work with you to make sure your health care is as cost effective as it is medically appropriate.
Payment can be made via cash, credit card, or check at the time of service. Credit cards accepted include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. We also accept Jag Tag as form of payment.
What About Health Insurance?
We accept all three Aetna Student Health Insurance plans sponsored by Indiana University. We also accept most Anthem plans carried by IUPUI students. Specifically, we are in network providers for Anthem Traditional, Blue Access, and Blue Preferred policies. Please bring your insurance card when you come to the clinic. We will copy it and may bill your insurer for preventative servcies as they are covered at 100% and will not cause out-of-pocket costs to you.
Student Health is currently working with other health insurers to join additional plans covering IUPUI students. If we are not in network for your current policy, your co-pay for a provider visit will be $29 and we can provide you with a Health Reimbursement form to supply to your insurance company.
If labs are sent out and covered by your policy, they can be billed to your personal insurance. All we need is a copy of your insurance card to send with your lab order. If you do not have personal insurance, both of the lab companies we utilize offer substantial self-pay discounts. As for prescriptions, any prescription that we write can be filled utilizing your personal insurance coverage.
If you have Aetna insurance, please visit the Aetna website for information regarding costs, coverage, and enrollment. For more information, please contact the IU Student Insurance Coordinators for questions.