Student Health and Wellness Fee
- This fee is not intended as a substitute for a health/medical insurance policy and does not cover care for dependents.
- Regardless of whether a student has government or private health care insurance, the university requires payment of the fee. Health and Wellness Services receives no funding from the university or the state to provide health care for students.
Fee Coverage Dates:
- Fall semester coverage begins the Monday two weeks prior to the first day of classes and continues through December 31.
- Spring semester coverage begins on January 1 and continues through the week following commencement.
- Summer coverage begins the Monday after commencement and continues one week after the last day of the final summer session.
Every student taking seven or more credits in the fall and spring semesters and one or more credits in the summer is automatically charged a student health fee with tuition.
- Students enrolled in spring semester and returning in the fall may have access during the summer by paying the summer health fee. Please complete the form.
The student health fee supports our operation, and allows us to offer comprehensive health services. Students who pay the health fee receive access to a wide range of services and resources at no extra cost.
The summer health fee is charged for all students enrolled in any of the sessions offered. You can visit the WSU Budget Office for the current health fee.
Blood Borne Pathogens Campus Student Procedures (pdf)
Blood Borne Pathogens Abbreviated Procedures (pdf)
Report an accident
Inform the safety committee of the incident by forwarding a copy of the report to Norene Philipson in Facilities Operations.
Lactation Rooms on Campus
For employees and students who wish to carry out breastfeeding goals after returning to work/school, WSU Health Sciences Spokane seeks to provide an accommodating and supportive environment. Mothers may access breastfeeding spaces by going to either the Academic Center (SAC 207) or Eastern Washington Center (SEWC 224).