Undergraduate/Non Funded Graduate Students
(Non Funded Graduate Students are those with NO funding or those receiving LESS than 20 hours/week funding)
2014 - 2015 Costs
|Student & Spouse||$9,472||$3,840||$5,632||$2,517|
|Student & Child||$4,375||$1,774||$2,601||$1,162|
|Student & All Children||$5,905||$2,394||$3,511||$1,569|
|Student, Spouse & Child||$12,085||$4,900||$7,185||$3,211|
|Student, Spouse & All Children||$13,615||$5,520||$8,095||$3,618|
Policy Coverage PeriodsFall 8/6 - 12/31
Spring and Summer 1/1 - 8/5
Annual - 8/6 - 8/5
All registered domestic (US Citizen/Permanent Resident) students taking six or more credit hours and degree seeking are eligible to enroll in the University Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan. Students must actively attend classes for at least the first 31 days after the date for which coverage is purchased. Home study, correspondence, Internet and television courses do not fulfill the Eligibility requirements that the student actively attend classes. For more information, view the Domestic Insurance policy brochure.
Annual vs. Semester Enrollments
We encourage students to enroll and pay for the Annual plan. Though a student has the option of enrolling separately for Fall and Spring/Summer, it is more advantageous to purchase the Annual plan. Students must meet the eligibility requirements only once if the annual plan is purchased. When purchasing Fall and Spring/Summer, the eligibility must be met at the beginning of each coverage period. Example: If enrolling for fall only, with plans to purchase the Spring/Summer later in December, and an event occurs in December that prohibits the return to classes, the individual will not have the option of purchasing the Spring/Summer plan. If that event was a medical emergency that had continued medical bills occurring in January and the individual was unable to meet the eligibility requirement, the student insurance plan would terminate 12/31. It could be devastating to not have the insurance when most needed.