There is no charge for copays related to your office visits.
Please notify staff if you do not want a claim to go to your insurance company or you are uninsured.
The UHC fee is automatically included in the comprehensive fee collected with your tuition at the beginning of the semester. There is no charge to see a clinician.
Non-covered office visits and laboratory procedures will be charged to your personal or family health insurance. This may result in a minor fee being billed to students.
Off-site services are the student's responsibilities:
Faculty and Staff
Copays and any balance due after insurance will be billed to the patient.
University Insurance Polices
The University does NOT have its own insurance policy that students can purchase. We can direct you to local agents that can help you with obtaining insurance.
Information regarding health insurance is available at the University Health Center. Students should carry a copy of current insurance information with them to ALL health care providers. Call 434-395-2102 if you need resource information.
International Students: Visit the Longwood University Office of Global Engagement for information on required health insurance. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Traveler's Health information.
Medical services in the U.S. are not nationalized. Costs for doctors' services and hospitals may be more expensive than in other countries. Longwood University requires that international students subscribe to a health insurance plan before arriving.
The policy must provide coverage for hospitalization expenses, medical evacuation, and repatriation expenses.
Young Invincibles, a national organization representing the interests of young Americans between the ages of 18 and 34 has developed a web presence to inform young adults about health care coverage options: http://health.younginvincibles.org/.
The University Health Center can provide contact information for local agencies.