Services Available

Clinic visit: $15, to be paid at time of visit

Please see below for pricing of medications, tests, and other fees. 


Our Services

  • Evaluation & treatment of acute illness and injury such as upper respiratory illnesses, sexually-transmitted infections, urinary tract infections, minor sports injuries, rashes/skin concerns, and other concerns
  • Medical management of anxiety and depression in collaboration with mental health therapy from the Counseling and Testing Center on campus or an outside therapist
  • Immunizations
  • Tuberculosis testing
  • Academically required physical examinations
  • Diagnostic blood work and other testing ordered by our healthcare providers
  • Annual women's gynecological exams including pelvic exams and PAP smears for cervical cancer screening
  • Patient education about healthy & safe lifestyle practices, including contraceptive options
  • Assistance with referrals for health concerns beyond the scope of the clinic

Medications available onsite (at-cost pricing)

  • Prescription medications (antibiotics, steroids, topical creams, antifungals, antidepressants, antianxiety medications, and others): $6 to $17, depending on the medication
  • Various over-the-counter medications (allergy medication, cold/flu medications, pain/fever reducers, topical creams, and others) : $3 - $15, depending on the medication
  • Respiratory inhalers: $50

Patients may request a prescription to fill at the pharmacy (if wanting to use health insurance) instead of purchasing medication from Student Health Services. 

Allergy Injections

  • $5 for one injection, $10 for 2 or more
  • Please contact us to initiate allergy injections


  • Oral Contraceptive Pills / Birth Control: $15 per pack
  • Depo-Provera injections: please contact us for cost and prescription information

Immunizations   We are unable to accept health insurance at this time for immunizations. 

  • Hepatitis B: $60 each (series of 3 injections)
  • Tetanus w/Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap): $60

Tuberculosis Testing

  • QuantiFERON TB Plus Gold (blood test)
    • Patients may use health insurance for this test, with a $10 lab draw fee due at the time of service.
    • Patients without insurance or those who do not wish to use insurance may obtain TB testing for $65 out-of-pocket. 

Miscellaneous Treatments

  • Ear Irrigation: $10
  • Albuterol Nebulizer Treatment: $10 ($5 for each additional treatment)

Miscellaneous Medical Supplies

  • Crutches: $20
    • Crutches may also be rented free-of-charge to patients who have been evaluated by a nurse practitioner in Student Health Services. 
  • Ace wraps: $4
  • Arm slings: $5

Laboratory Testing

  • Point-of-care (POC) testing is available in Student Health Services as ordered by a nurse practitioner. The cost varies based on the type of testing and usually ranges between $7 to $15 per test. Health insurance is not accepted for POC testing. Results are provided during the patient's appointment at Student Health Services. The following POC testing is available:
    • Strep throat
    • Influenza A & B
    • Covid-19
    • Urinalysis
    • Urine pregnancy testing
    • Finger stick glucose testing
  • Student Health Services can accept health insurance for send-out labs (specimens being sent to an outside laboratory provider), such as bloodwork, urine cultures, throat cultures, and STI tests. Remaining balances not covered by health insurance will be billed to the policy holder of the patient's insurance. 

 Forms of Payment

  • Cash
  • Credit/Debit (including Discover)
  • Zip Card - "All Campus" only (we are unable to accept Dining Dollars)
  • The clinic visit fee may be charged to the student tuition account if a form of payment is not available at the time of service. However, fees for medications, laboratory tests, miscellaneous medical supplies, etc may not be charged to the student tuition account. These fees are due at the time of the visit.

Student Health Services

Location: Student Recreation and Wellness Center 
Suite 260
382 Carroll St.
Akron, OH 44325-1101

Phone: 330-972-7808

Fax: 330-972-8849


Monday - Friday from 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm
Last appointment at 4 pm


When Student Health Services is closed, students needing immediate medical attention for acute illnesses or injuries may seek care at nearby Summa Akron City Hospital or Akron General Medical Center.

Fees for treatment and/or ambulance transport would be the student's responsibility.

See additional healthcare facilities offering evening and weekend hours within the greater Akron community.