Fees and Cost
CAPS is primarily funded through the Campus Health Fee, a mandatory fee that all degree-seeking students pay through fees/tuition each term. Those students who do not pay fees can opt to pay that term's health fee to access care at CAPS.
Most services at CAPS are already paid for with the health fee and offered at no further cost to the student, post-doc, or partner. This includes initial assessments, brief therapy through CAPS or AcademicLiveCare, group therapy, referral coordination for a community provider, academic interventions, the Multicultural Health Program, embedded therapist services, crisis intervention, and outreach.
Initial Medication Management Evaluation: The Student Health Fee covers any copays or coinsurance remaining after insurance has been billed for an initial medication management evaluation visit in CAPS (inclusive of ADHD-related visits).
Subsequent Medication Management Visits: Insurance is billed and students are responsible for any copays and/or coinsurance associated with their insurance plan. These charges are placed on the student's university account.
ADHD-related visits are considered psychiatry specialty visits, provided within CAPS, and billed accordingly.