Student Health Insurance Plan 2017-2018POLICY#: 686157
PLEASE NOTE: THE INSURANCE CARRIER FOR THE 8-1-17 THRU 7-31-18 POLICY YEAR HAS CHANGED TO AETNA STUDENT HEALTH. THE BENEFITS HAVE ALSO CHANGED. PLEASE REVIEW THE ONLINE STUDENT HEALTH BROCHURE AND PREFERRED PROVIDER NETWORK TO BE SURE YOU ARE AWARE OF THE BENEFITS AND THE IN-NETWORK DOCTORS, HOSPITALS, AND OTHER PROVIDERS.
For many years now our university has made available to its students a student health insurance plan. We are pleased to announce that coverage will again be available for the current school year.
We strongly encourage you to consider this program as a supplement to Student Health Services. The University requires all students to have some form of health insurance coverage.
All full time Graduate students enrolled in 6 or more credit hours and all Undergraduate students enrolled in 9 or more credit hours are eligible and are automatically enrolled in the Husson University Student Health Insurance Plan, unless a waiver providing proof of other qualifying insurance is received by September 15, 2017. The Student Health Insurance Program is not available to Extended Learning students, non-Bangor campuses or students enrolled in online courses.
Payment of $2029 automatically provides coverage for a full year beginning August 1, 2017. This charge will be included as part of the University charges unless such coverage is waived by the student prior to September 15, 2017. For new second semester students, the charge is $1181 payable by January 26, 2018. If you have insurance coverage and wish to waive the Husson University Student Health Insurance Plan, go to https://estudent.husson.edu/login.asp.
Those students who do not waive the insurance plan by the deadline, (September 15, 2017 for the annual plan or by January 26, 2018 for new second semester students), will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the Husson University Student Insurance Plan. Once enrolled, a student may not cancel the insurance and no refund is available. Coverage continues until the policy expires.