Services & Fees
Unless indicated, services are covered by the Student Health Center Fee. Any noted fees will be charged to the student's account; no payments are accepted at the Health Center. For services below please call for an appointment.
|Flu Vaccine||No Charge for 2021||Bring KU ID|
|GYN services||Fees waived due to grant||No show fee $15.00,charged to student account if not cancelled before appt.|
|Injectable medications (including hormone)||$10.00|
|Lab (on-site)||$10.00+ external lab fees||Must have script from Physician|
|MMR Vaccine||$127.00||Bring KU ID|
|Basic Physicals (ROTC, drivers' permit, and select pre-employment)||$20.00||Form must be approved before appt. will be scheduled|
|STD testing||Fees waived due to grant||Confidential testing for Chlamydia & Gonorrhea|
|TB screening||$12.00||Bring KU ID, Students MUST attend both days.|
|Tdap Vaccine||$65.00||Bring KU ID|
|Wound Care||$25.00 per semester||Must have script from Physician|
Kutztown University's Health & Wellness Center provides comprehensive, confidential and gender-inclusive reproductive health services. Our mission is to provide students a private, non-judgmental, and affordable environment to receive care and education .
All students are encouraged to bring their KU student ID card and insurance card.
The Health Center offers annual GYN exams, birth control and pregnancy tests to KU students.
GYN no show fee $15.00. Please provide 24 hours notice if you cannot keep your scheduled appointment.
Birth control pills will be available to students who have had an annual exam done within the last twelve months. Schedule your pill pick-up visits at least two months prior to when you need them. If you call on short notice for a pill refill and cannot get a timely appointment, you may need to be given a prescription to have filled at the local drug store.
Please click on the below link for the records we will need before scheduling your DEPO injection appointment:
It is suggested that you schedule your appointment several weeks in advance.
Anyone having sexual contact with another person may be at risk for acquiring a sexually transmitted disease. These diseases can be asymptomatic (meaning without symptoms) at the initial onset. For this reason, a person should consider screening if they are concerned about a possible exposure to an STD even if they don't have any visible signs or feel ill. All information will remain confidential.
HOW WE SCREEN
The screening will be done for both Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, which are two commonly seen sexually transmitted infections. The screening is quick and painless. The screening results will be received in approximately one week. All students will be notified of their screening results. In the event of a positive result, the student will receive both treatment and one-on-one counseling. It is the student's responsibility to notify any sexual contacts.
This service is provided at no charge to currently enrolled students of Kutztown University in partnership with Maternal Family & Health Services (MFHS), the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the National Center for Disease Detection.
Open during normal hours of operation. To self-treat minor colds and injuries, just follow the posted instructions. It's FREE.
- Tylenol (Acetaminophen)
- Ibuprofen (Advil/Motrin)
- Over-The-Counter Cold Medicines
- Cough Drops
- First Aid Supplies
The Self-Care Center is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. The medication, supplies and information provided is to help you make informed choices about your health. Always follow your healthcare provider's advice if it differs from what is listed.
***If in doubt, feel free to make an appointment with one of our healthcare professionals.