Beginning Fall 2018, USC-Columbia students will be required to have health insurance.
This requirement applies to: undergraduates taking six hours or more and paying the student health fee, graduate students taking nine hours or more and all international students.
What is the Student Health Fee?
Your student health fee, paid with your tuition, covers most of your on-campus health services.
We accept insurance through the Student Health Insurance Plan, which covers many of
our services either completely or partially. We do not accept third-party insurance
Student Health Insurance Plan Coverage »
Some Services Require Fees
Routine services are covered completely by the student health fee, paid with your tuition, and most other services are partially covered.
Most Common Fee-Based Services
Immunizations, Allergies and Travel
|Allergy Injection||$31 (per injection)|
|TB Skin Test||$42|
|Travel Visit||$60 – $75|
|Blood Count (complete)||$29 – $45|
|Blood Draw (venipuncture)||$18|
|STI Testing (chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis)||$25 – $43|
Medical Record Copies
|Under 10 Pages||Free|
|10 - 30 Pages||$0.65 (per page)|
|31+ Pages||$0.50 (per page)|
|Additional Processing Fee, 6 – 20 Pages||$15|
|Additional Processing Fee, 21+ Pages||$25|
The maximum charge is $200 for paper copies and $150 for electronic copies.
|Albuterol Breathing Treatment||$21|
|IV Fluids||$81 – $100|
|X-Ray||$85 – $145|
|Physical Therapy Evaluation||$75 – $100|
|Splint, Cast or Brace||$25 – $130|
|LARP (long-acting reversible contraception) Insertion||$138 – $162|
|Wet Prep/KOH Prep||$16 (each)|
Please call Financial Services at 803-777-3174 for a full list of for-fee services and charge rates.