As a CU Boulder student you have access to a full range of health and wellness services located conveniently on campus.
With nearly 100 licensed health care professionals on staff, we focus on enabling student success through comprehensive care and education.
All students are required to have health insurance during their time at CU Boulder. You can elect coverage under your own insurance plan, through a family member or employer, or the university’s Student Gold Health Insurance Plan.
Once you are registered for six or more undergraduate credit hours or one or more graduate credit hours, you will be automatically enrolled in the Student Gold Health Insurance Plan and charged $1,995 per semester.
You can select the Campus Care Supplement or waive the Gold Plan by providing proof of health insurance coverage by the semester deadline of September 15, 2017.
Please Note: You must be registered for at least six undergraduate credit hours or one graduate credit hour before you can make your selection.
The following immunizations requirements must be completed online by all new fall students by September 15, 2017:
Note: If you are having trouble logging in to the portal, please check back in 1-2 weeks.
If you have any questions please call Patient Services at 303-492-5107.
Once you are registered for six or more undergraduate credit hours or one graduate credit hour you can select one of these options:
If you already have health insurance you can add the Campus Care Supplement for basic primary care coverage on campus through Wardenburg Health Services. You must make your selection by September 15, 2017 and provide proof of your health insurance coverage.
If you don't have health insurance or want comprehensive coverage on campus, you can confirm your enrollment in the Gold Plan. The Gold Plan provides coverage for Wardenburg Health Services as well as coverage locally and nationally.
If you already have health insurance and choose to waive the Campus Care Supplement and the Gold Plan, you must waive all coverage by September 15, 2017 and provide proof of health insurance coverage. You can still access Wardenburg services though we will not bill your health insurance plan.
First Aid Kit
Prepare a first aid kit for minor injuries or illnesses. We recommend including:
It is important to know about your personal health including:
We recommend that you bring your insurance information to the pharmacy located in Wardenburg Health Center. The pharmacy will keep this information on file in case you need to fill a prescription on campus.
Supporting Your Student
Our Counseling and Psychiatric Services staff offers consultations with parents and family members. For more information click here.
Accessing Student Health Information
Students who wish to have a parent or family member involved in their care can complete a release of information request after their first visit.
For general questions about the new student process contact New Student & Family Programs.