Students who are currently enrolled in a health insurance plan that is equal to or better than the UC Student Health Insurance Plan may waive UC Student Health Insurance by submitting an online waiver by the deadline.
On the email that was sent from Waiververification@uhcsr.com, a reason was given for the denial. If you feel the denial is in error you can email an appeal by providing your name, M#, and certificate of coverage.
All students registered for Co-op and/or for six or more credit hours are eligible for coverage and will be automatically charged both (if eligible for both) fall and spring semesters unless they have previously waived coverage during the current academic year.
Graduate students registered for at least one graduate credit hour each semester (the graduate credit hour must be toward their degree and they must be matriculated into a program) are eligible to enroll. They must complete the task in Catalyst to Enroll/Opt-In to coverage.
Students must actively attend classes for at least the first 31 days after the effective date of the period for which coverage is purchased. This requirement is waived for Co-op students.
All primary care obtained at the University Health Services at both east and west campuses is no charge and there is no visit limit. Most immunizations (doses, age, and populations vary) and birth control from in-network providers is also free. Services that are not considered medically necessary will have an out of pocket cost.
Patients who are in need of inpatient care would receive provider services and room and board. There is also coverage for outpatient therapy for substance abuse and mental health counseling. Most services through UHS are at no out of pocket cost.
Yes, you can enroll your eligible dependents at the same time you enroll your own initial plan enrollment by going to our enrollment page and downloading a family enrollment form. A student enrolled for annual coverage that doesn’t enroll their dependent for annual coverage cannot purchase dependent coverage for the spring semester unless a qualifying event occurs.
Yes, the Student Health Insurance Plan is worldwide coverage. It will cover you during semester breaks, summer vacation, and even if you’re traveling or studying abroad. You’ll be covered for the period for which you are enrolled and premiums are paid.
You will be covered under the Student Health Insurance Plan until the end of the policy period for which you are enrolled. If you enrolled and paid for annual or spring/summer coverage and graduate in the spring, you will be covered until the end of the policy year.
Students can be covered for a full Plan year (August to August). Eligibility for coverage is determined by the registration status of students. If students remain registered for the minimum required number of credit hours for fall semester and spring semester each, they are eligible for coverage for the entire Plan year.
No, once you are enrolled in the Student Health Insurance plan you will be enrolled for that period of coverage. The Student Health Insurance plan does not terminate due to getting coverage through marriage or purchasing private insurance. A prorated refund of premium is only permitted when a student enters the armed forces.