Student Health Fee

What is the student health fee?

The student health fee is a mandatory student fee, charged to all students enrolled in UH Mānoa courses during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.┬áThe fee is used to support the overall operational costs of the University Health Services Mānoa (UHSM), and does not replace health insurance.

What is the current health fee?

How is the health fee collected?

The health fee is collected by the Mānoa Cashier's Office as part of the tuition and fees.

What activities/services does the current health fee support?

  • General medical clinics for illness an injuries, and specialty clinics in Women's Health, Sports Medicine, Travel, Dermatology, Nutritional Counseling, and Psychiatric Services.
  • Pharmacy for prescription and over-the-counter medications.
  • Clinical laboratory for diagnostic tests.
  • Public health functions such as TB and immunization clearance, flu and other preventive vaccines, treatment and infection control of contagious diseases on campus, and other health and safety functions.
  • Campus-wide health promotion and wellness programs, alcohol and other drug education.
  • Academic support such as teaching and research functions, as well as training opportunities for students. UHSM serves as a resource center for students' academic projects and training placements.