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Fees & Insurance

  • Office visits  are  free (covered under the student fee)   
  • Charges  for  allergy shots, procedures, injections, medications,  immunizations, medical supplies  and laboratory  tests  must be paid  at the time of visit 
  • Payment forms accepted are cash, check, credit, debit, and some HSA/FSA cards.  Health Services is NOT able to charge student accounts.  
  • Health Services  does  NOT  file  to health  insurance. 
  • Patients may print a  Walk-Out Statement  from their Health  Portal  that  they can send  to their insurance company  to determine if they will be reimbursed. 
  • Access to health care  and adequate health insurance are essential to students’ health and their ability to achieve their goals at  Belmont.  Belmont University  requires  all  students to maintain  medical insurance  that  covers  costs for emergencies and  physician  services.  
  • Students  should  call  their insurance company to  confirm coverage  includes  providers and hospitals in the Nashville vicinity. 
  • Students must upload their current Health Insurance card to their health portal  and carry a copy of their insurance card  with them at all times.  
  • Belmont does  not offer a student insurance plan for undergraduate students. If the student is not covered under his or her parent’s insurance,  more information about insurance in Tennessee can be found at these websites:

Graduate student insurance is available through United HealthCare. All graduate students must either opt in or waive the insurance policy here. For more information contact Roslian.Humphrey@belmont.edu.