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Currently enrolled students are eligible to receive health care
service at Student Health Services (SHS) if they have paid the student health fee as a part of
their general university tuition fees.
Students who take primarily on-line classes and do not pay a student
health fee may utilize SHS by paying a per-visit fee in addition to
other applicable charges.
Summer: During the summer months, students who are not enrolled in the summer session but who were enrolled the previous spring semester AND have enrolled for the following fall semester are eligible for care by either paying a designated summer session health fee (one fee for unlimited visits for that session) or a per-visit fee in addition to other applicable charges.
For more information on visit fees for Distance Education students and those students not enrolled for summer, visit our Fees and Charges page.
Due to anti-trust laws we cannot provide medical services to students
who are no longer enrolled in classes. Students who are no longer
enrolled in classes at ECU but need a follow up for an existing problem
will be allowed a grace period of two weeks post graduation to see a
provider. Graduates will not be seen for care of new problems or
complaints as the grace period is only to follow up on previously
addressed issues. Students no longer enrolled should secure the
services of their own health care provider for additional health care
needs, including physicals and gynecological examinations. SHS can
assist with providing a listing of area providers upon request and can
assist with referrals if applicable. Persons no longer enrolled in the
university may request copies of their medical records at any time and
are encouraged to do so for continuity of care when establishing with
outside medical providers.