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Student bills are available through MyUHS, UHS's secure online system. You will receive an e-mail notifying you when your bill has been finalized with instructions on how to print it. You may then print a copy of the bill to submit to your insurance company.
Patients who do not have a Penn State Access Account do not have access to myUHS. These patients must stop at Checkout for a copy of their bill.
Also, if you do not want your charges to be placed on the Bursar’s account, you must stop at Checkout.
For example, if you are a:
- Nonstudent or visitor to campus,
- Summer camper,
- payment by cash, check or credit card on the day of service,
- motor vehicle accident claims,
- workers compensation claims,
- payment by a University department.
Students who decide to pay cash or write a check may:
- Pay immediately at the end of the visit
- Inform the staff assistant at the reception counter that they would like the bill held. In this
case the bill will be held for seven working days, if payment is not made at the checkout
counter within seven working days, the charges will be posted to their student account.
If you decide to have the charges posted to your student account, the Bursar's Office will mail out statements to your permanent address until the bill is paid. This statement includes the date the bill was posted to your account, the words "Health Center," and the amount of the charge. Charges posted to the student account must be paid at the Bursar's Office, 103 Shields Building, University Park, PA 16802.
Location and Hours
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our fees or billing policies, please contact the Billing Office, 308 Student Health Center, University Park, PA 16802 or call 865.3465. The Business Office is open during regular business hours, Monday through Friday.
Your UHS bill contains some summary medical information pertaining to your visit. The bill is therefore a confidential document that will only be shared by UHS with the parties you have authorized UHS to release the information. [more information]