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Costs and Eligibility

KU Medical Center's Counseling and Educational Support Services provides free or affordable care to students, residents and fellows.

Funding

Educational support, writing and psychological services are paid for by State of Kansas funds, student fees, grant funds, the Office of Graduate Medical Education, point-of-service fees and consultation/outreach programming fees in non-student/non-resident instances.

Eligibility / Cost:

STUDENTS (All Campuses & Online): Currently enrolled KU Medical Center students pay an "Educational Support" fee in their student fees (most KUMC students).

  • KC Medical residents or medical fellows are eligible to receive psychological counseling, medical, and writing services.  The cost of these services are paid by the the Office of Graduate Medical Education in Kansas City.
  • Wichita and Salina medical residents are eligible to receive educational support services.  The cost of these services are paid by the Office of Graduate Medical Education in Wichita.
  • Spouses and romantic partners are welcome to participate in couples counseling with the KUMC student, and GME-KC residents or fellows.
  • Once students or medical residents/fellows graduate or discontinue from their respective programs, they are no longer eligible to receive services.

What do current KU Medical Center students pay for services?

  • Educational support: No fees or session limits
  • Writing services: No fees or session limits
  • Psychological services (individual, group, couples, or crisis counseling): No fees or session limits
  • Medical/Medication Services:
    • $25 for the initial evaluation and $25 for the medication management sessions
    • $25 for cancellation (less than 24-hour notice) or no-showed session
  • There may be additional fees for certain licensure board review programs or psychological/educational testing services. A staff member will explain fees before the onset of these programs and services.
What do others pay for services?

Students in the Speech and Hearing programs who are not currently taking a course on-site at the KU Medical Center campus may pay $96.30 per semester (July-Dec; Jan-June) to access services listed above.

Students or residents taking a KU Medical Center-approved leave of absence and having valid health insurance may pay $96.30 per semester (July-Dec; Jan-June) to access services listed above.

KU Medical Center fellows and interns may pay $96.30 per semester (July-Dec; Jan-June) to access the services listed above. This fee is not prorated mid- or late-semester.

The KU Medical Center Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC) and KU School of Medicine (SOM) sponsor the MedPath and Pre-Matriculation Programs. In partnership with the EVC and SOM, Counseling and Educational Support Services provides the services listed above.

KU School of Nursing provides Counseling and Educational Support Services with a list of eligible School of Nursing NExus program students prior to each semester and funding for services. NExus students are eligible for Writing and Educational Support Services and do not pay a fee.

When time permits, our staff periodically provides consultation services and outreach programming to individuals and groups who are not KUMC students and residents.

For these services, we charge:

  • $150/hour for a counseling provider
Student Affairs

University of Kansas Medical Center
Student Affairs
Counseling and Educational Support Services
Counseling - G116 Student Center
Education Support - G012 Dykes
Writing - G011 Dykes
Mail Stop 4006
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 913-588-6580
Fax: 913-588-6597