STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE ELIGIBILITY
ACADEMIC YEAR - Full-time students are assessed mandatory student fees, which includes a fee for the Student Health Service (for the current semester fee, please see the Fee Book (http://www.uwyo.edu/administration/feebook/index.html). Part-time students (undergraduates, law and pharmacy students taking less than 12 credits, and graduate students taking less than 9 credits) may purchase the Optional Student Fee Package, which includes this fee. Eligible student benefits include appointments at no cost with staff medical clinicians and nurses. Services for which there is a charge include pharmacy, laboratory, allergy immunotherapy, immunizations, appliances, medical supplies, and medical and surgical procedures.
SUMMER - Summer session students pay the current summer Student Health fee and have the same benefits as above for the entire summer.
Continuing students (enrolled for the spring semester and pre-registered for the fall semester) who are not enrolled during the summer session are eligible to purchase access to the Student Health Service for the summer. The cost is the summer Student Health Service fee. This charge must be paid at the time of the first visit.
TRICARE (military insurance for service personnel and their dependents) - Student Health Service is not an authorized Tricare PRIME provider. Students who have Tricare PRIME are obligated to contact their Primary Care Manager (PCM) for the location of an authorized service provider. Students with Tricare STANDARD who are seen at the Student Health Service will be presented with a waiver at each visit that must be signed prior to receiving services.
STUDENT MEDICAL INSURANCE - Enrollment in, or waiver from, the University of Wyoming Student Medical Insurance program has no effect on eligibility to use the Student Health Service. For more information about the Student Medical Insurance Program, please see the Student Medical Insurance web page: http://www.uwyo.edu/administration/operations/risk-management/student-medical-insurance.html.