Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring with me to my visit?
Patients need to bring their Talon Card, health insurance card and driver’s license to each appointment. First-time patients will need to complete the following pre-registration paperwork.
How much does it cost to visit KSU Student Health Services?
As a KSU student, office visits are included as part of the Student Health Services fee. Any additional services you receive as a part of your care, including testing, will be billed to your insurance.
What insurance plans do you accept?
What if I don’t have insurance?
As a KSU student, office visits are provided at no charge as part of the Student Health Services fee. Any additional costs associated with your appointment can be discussed with a provider and the provider will work with you to explore self-pay options.
Can health insurance be obtained through Kennesaw State University?
Yes. Kennesaw State University’s Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) is underwritten by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company and is administered by UnitedHealthcare Student Resources. Our plan is in compliance with all current reform requirements mandated by the Affordable Care Act and meets the requirements of the individual mandate that individuals must have health insurance. The health plan selected by the University System of Georgia is the UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus plan. Students wishing to enroll in the plan may do so during open enrollment each semester.
All of my classes are online, can I still use the Student Health Services clinic?The Student Health Services clinics are open on both campuses for comprehensive primary care services. Online-only students who live off-campus will not be assessed the mandatory Student Health Services fee and must opt-in to the Student Health Services fee to access these services. Students can opt-in to the Student Health Services fee when they schedule their first appointment. Please do not go to the Student Health Services clinic without calling first.