This policy contains matters pertaining to student health and mental services provided by the University Health Center and University Counseling and Testing Center.
All students; employees who interact with the above mentioned matters
For questions about this policy, please contact the University Health Center at 541-346-8393 or the University Counseling and Testing Center at 541-346-3227.
20 September 2017 - Revisions enacted by the university president and policy renumbered
02 September 2015 - Technical revisions enacted by the university secretary
01 July 2014 - Became a University of Oregon Policy by operation of law
Former Oregon Administrative Rule Chapter 580 Division 11, Section 0005
(1) The University of Oregon (University) shall operate or provide student health services to safeguard the health of students through health and mental health education, medical treatment of injuries and diseases, and limited psychological services.
(2) Student health and mental health services supported by student fees shall be made available to full-time and part-time students who are enrolled in courses taught by University faculty and who have paid the health service fee adopted by the Board.
(3) The University may also provide health and mental health services to:
(a) Participants in on-campus, workshops and programs sponsored by the University or under a lease or contract with an off-campus organization;
(b) Persons, who are eligible for stop-out services between academic terms and during the summer, according to University Health Center or University Counseling and Testing Center department policies.
(c) Limited follow-up visits, as defined by the University Health Center or University Counseling and Testing Center, for continuity of care for students transitioning out of the University.
(d) Faculty and staff (including pre-employment testing for new hires prior their first day of employment), on a full-cost-reimbursement basis. These services are limited and will be defined by the University Health Center or University Counseling Center. They must not interfere with the provision of health or mental health services to students.
(e) Other persons on an emergency basis, as defined by the University Health Center or University Counseling and Testing Center.
(4) Except as provided for above, no other health care services will be provided.
(5) Health service fees charged to these categories of users shall not be less than the current fees charged full-time and part-time students prorated according to the period of use.
(6) Charges may be made for prescriptions, laboratory services, immunizations, psychological or educational testing, alcohol and other drug assessment and intervention, and other special services in accordance with regulations adopted by the University.
(7) The University Health Center and the University Counseling Center will neither pay for nor be responsible for bills from private physicians or private hospitals, except in cases of advance contractual arrangements made by the University.
(8) This policy has the force of law and may be appealed by students and staff through the applicable grievance procedures. Community members seeking to appeal this policy may file an appeal with the Executive Director of the University Health Center or the Director of the University Counseling and Testing Center, as appropriate.
- Volume III: Administration of Student Affairs
- Chapter 4: Student health services