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?

https://manoa.hawaii.edu/catalog/tuition-fees-expenses/reg-tuition-schedule/

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.