If you are currently enrolled at the University of Missouri (MU), you are can use the services of Student Health and Well-Being at minimal or no cost.
Counseling Center Eligibility
All currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to seek assistance at the MU Counseling Center.
Your student fee covers a portion of the costs and use of urgent/crisis services (available both during the day and after hours) and assistance with referrals if we are not best suited for your needs.
Student Health Center Eligibility
All currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to use the services of the Student Health Center.
The health fee is required for all students enrolled in fall or spring semesters taking seven or more credit hours. Those not required may choose to pay the health fee to receive covered services. Part-time MU students may pay the fees at the Cashiers Office in Jesse Hall.
If you have graduated and have a record on file, you are eligible to use the Student Health Center on a fee-for-service basis for one semester following graduation (e.g., students who graduate in December may be seen during the following spring semester). During this period, you should arrange to have your medical records transferred to your new physician.
If you are the spouse of an eligible student but are not a student yourself, you can use the Student Health Center (except behavioral health visits) on a fee-for-service basis. Present your spouse’s student ID to receive treatment. Children and other family members are not eligible.
Change of Status
If you withdraw from the university, you may be eligible for a partial refund of your student health fee and student activity fee; contact the Registrar’s Office for details. If you withdraw, you can still use the Student Health Center (except behavioral health visits) on a fee-for-service basis, but you may no longer utilize the services of the Counseling Center.
If your status changes from part-time to full-time, the university will automatically charge you the student health fee.
If your status changes from full-time to part-time, you may be eligible for a partial refund of your student health fee and student activity fee; contact the Registrar’s Office for details.
If you are under 18 years of age, Student Health and Well-Being needs the consent of your family to treat you; please contact Student Health and Well-Being at 573-882-7481 for more details.