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Health & Accident Insurance
All full-time day students are automatically enrolled in the student accident and health insurance program at registration. This is intended as a secondary policy and in the event that the student does not have a primary insurance the student insurance policy can act as primary insurance with limitations. Please refer to the student insurance brochure (below) for details of coverage. Parents need to inform their insurance company of the student's change in status and obtain an in network referral if necessary for treatment or purchase a rider if the student will be out of network.
Parents please make sure your student understands how their health insurance works. Students should have access to their insurance cards and they should be kept with their driver's license and student id.
Students must obtain a referral form from the Student Health Center before receiving off campus treatment if treatment is for non-emergency reason. Treatment after hours should be for emergency only and a referral form filled out as soon as possible to avoid being billed for medical services.
All international students are required to carry adequate health and accident insurance. A special policy is available for international students and information may be obtained through the international office or from the insurance coordinator.
The Student Insurance Coordinator's Office is located in West Hall.
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