International students with full-time status are eligible to enroll in or waive the Student Health Insurance Plan. Students can waive the Student Health Insurance Plan with qualifying coverage. Since plans marketed abroad do not provide qualifying coverage, this plan offers eligible international students adequate and reliable access to health care services, including medical evacuation and repatriation coverage.
As a reminder, consistent with the Slutzker Center for International Services policy, international students must have medical evacuation and repatriation coverage in their health insurance policy while studying in the U.S. Verification of this coverage must be emailed to the Slutzker Center. International students enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan do not need to submit verification as this plan includes medical evacuation and repatriation coverage.
For international students who are in their last semester of study and registered part-time, are non-matriculated, or are visiting scholars with J-1 professor, research, short-term, specialist or intern status, the Slutzker Center still encourages you to carry health insurance coverage. Students fitting these categories should provide the Slutzker Center with a copy of their enrollment agreement and the receipt signifying the start and end dates of their coverage. Additional details about alternate health insurance options are available on the Slutzker Center website.