the Center for Health and Well-Being, we specialize in college health. That means the services are not limited to
traditional models of health care that have emphasized the treatment of an
individual’s illness. We also work to ensure a healthy campus community.
important and expected, that IUP will provide support, services, and programs
that affect not only individual students’ health, but the broader campus
community as well. That’s why we address
prevention and early intervention of concerns like sexual violence, alcohol and
other drug use, stress, eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. While not every student may be affected, most
will be indirectly impacted by the consequences of such problems.
The fees also support the work needed to meet state and federal regulations related to college health
concerns that may be required of the university. This is important because doing so can impact
state and national standing of the university programs.
This is a
mandatory fee of $14 per credit taken by the student. It is charged in the fall and spring semesters. It is
used to provide services and programs that promote the well-being of students.
The fee supports the services of the Center for Health and Well-Being,
Disability Services, and Sports Medicine. The Center for Health and Well-Being services include:
pay this fee have full access to all the services offered through the Center
for Health and Well-Being. Students from other campuses may choose to pay this
fee and receive care on the Indiana campus.
additional charges may be necessary. Any
additional charges will be billed to the student account. The Center for Health and Well-Being accepts
no payments on-site.
If you attend all of your classes on another campus, you
will not be charged this fee. If you
want to use the services offered at the Center for Health and Well-Being’s
Health Service or Counseling Center, you can call 724 357-1358 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about related costs.
the student Consolidated
Health Insurance plan requires that a student be an enrolled graduate student (one or more
credits) or an enrolled undergraduate student (six or more credits), and must
pay the Wellness Fee.
No, however, if a student is commuting daily from his/her primary residence to the Indiana campus at a distance of 50 miles or more one way, or if the student is commuting at least 25 miles one way from the Indiana campus to a full-time academic assignment, a reduction may be requested. For information on waiving this fee, contact the Bursar’s Office.
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