If you see the school nurse at Brookhaven, she can give you a referral to Neighborhood Medical Clinic at Preston/Belt Line in Dallas (http://www.neighborhoodmedicalcenter.com/
). If you just show up at the clinic, they will send you back to her to get the referral. I don't know if you have to be a student for the referral, but nurse Kelly is very nice. You might also look into MetroCrest Family Medical Clinic (http://mfmclinic.com/index.htm
) in Farmer's Branch- they are a clinic for people without insurance, and are staffed by volunteer doctors and nurses. Office visit costs are donations, and there is no set price- they just suggest a donation of $10 (at the minimum). I don't know if they provide titers, but you can ask. The clinic is also a partner for BHC's service learning (student volunteerism).
Even at a discount, titers are expensive. Make sure that you get QUANTITATIVE titers, that is results with numerical lab values, not just a "IgG Positive/Negative" result. Certain immunities are required to be within a certain range, which I don't know of.