University Health Service

Students Can Use UHS Now under Special Grace Period

Under a special ‘grace period’ that is now in effect, students can use UHS as though they were currently enrolled in fall classes 

University Health Service has extended the grace period for fall semester to help ensure that students get the health care they need during the COVID-19 crisis. (Usually, the grace period for each academic term extends one week before and one week after the term.)

Health Insurance for Early Arriving Students Aug 2020

U-M students who need to return to campus early due to the COVID-19 crisis can take advantage of a special enrollment period to purchase the 2019-20 U-M Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan through Blue Care Network. 

Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan (DSHIP) 2020-21

Students, do you need health insurance? If so, please consider this plan, which was developed with students' needs in mind. Also U-M alumni who graduated during the 2019-20 academic year are eligible at this time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The deadline for purchase is September 30, 2020. 

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Tuition Refund Insurance

Tuition Refund Insurance is now available for U-M Ann Arbor students. The deadline for purchase is September 10, 2020. 

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Health Insurance 101 Video

As a student, you want to achieve your academic goals. Health insurance can help, but it can be confusing. This video explains how health insurance works, so you can use your insurance and achieve your academic goals.

Laboratory Tests Performed at UHS

The following laboratory tests are performed at University Health Service.

Most currently enrolled students on the Ann Arbor campus pay nothing for these tests, although their personal health insurance is billed. If insurance doesn't cover the cost, students still pay nothing out-of-pocket.