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General care will be given to all residents. Some non-prescription medications are provided free of charge. Payment for medications prescribed by the University physician will be the student's responsibility.
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Student Health Services will aid students in obtaining appointments with physicians and dentists in the community. Any fees incurred for these services will be the responsibility of the student. Allergy injections are administered to students who provide the Student Health Services with specific written physician orders, an injection schedule, and are seen when the doctor is on campus. See the Allergy Injections Consent.
- Depo Provera injections are administered to residential students who provide the Student Health Services with specific written physician orders and the medication. Commuter students will be charged $10.00. Physician letter.
- Crutches and canes are available on loan to students when needed. If not returned, a fee of $35 will be assessed.
- Pregnancy testing is available for $5.00 per test.
- Referrals are made for students in need of birth control services, sexually transmitted disease testing and immunizations.
Commuter students who seek medical attention in Student Health Services are required to:
Student Health Services may deny a commuter student medical treatment if he/she does not complete the medical assessment form and submit the $10.00 fee. These students will be provided with a medical practice referral list. In the event of an emergency situation, the commuter student will be seen and appropriate follow-up forms and payment will be handled at a later time.
- Complete a medical assessment form prior to being seen by a physician if there is no health form on file
- Pay a $10.00 fee per visit (cash only)
Students with Special Needs
Students requiring special accommodations should contact the Center for Student Success located on the second floor of the Nicholson Center.
The counseling center offers a variety of professional services including individual and group therapy; psychopharmacology; crisis intervention, drug & alcohol and sexual violence educational program; outreach, and consultation. In addition to direct counseling services for students, the Counseling Center provides consultation, outreach, and education to the entire campus community. www.rmu.edu/rmu-counseling-center