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Charges at CMHC

There are no charges for CMHC services* except for:

  • $10 for each psychiatrist visit
  • $25 “no show/late cancellation” charge for counseling and psychiatric appointments and group counseling sessions not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance.

CMHC does not accept health insurance as payment for charges.

Ability to pay should never be a barrier to receiving CMHC services.

  • Students are never turned away due to inability to pay.
  • Students do not have to pay at the time of their session.
  • Payment plans are possible (see Payment Options below).
  • Students who are unable to pay can apply online for limited financial support from Student Emergency Services’ Emergency Fund.

Payment options include:

Pay via What I Owe. Charges are posted to the student’s What I Owe page where they can pay using MasterCard, Visa or Discover. For privacy, charges appear as “Student Fee” on What I Owe, so those to whom the student may have given eProxy privileges will not know about CMHC visits.

To avoid having charges posted to What I Owe, students must pay by 5 p.m. on the same day of their session by calling the CMHC/UHS Billing and Insurance Office at 512-475-8394. If you have questions, contact 512-475-7065.
What I Owe Page

Establish a payment plan. Make smaller payments over an extended time. Contact the CMHC/UHS Billing and Insurance Office at 512-475-8394. If notified by the student, CMHC will lift any registration financial bar generated by being on a payment plan.

*Low or no charges for CMHC services is made possible in part by the Longhorn Network in support of UT’s values for making mental health care as accessible as possible to our students.



We're here for you.    We recognize that many UT students are being impacted by historical and recent events. The CMHC holds firm to the university’s values and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Our staff are here to help students navigate through these times. Click here to learn about our resources.



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