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  School of Public Health 2018-2020 Academic Policies and Procedures Student Health Insurance  

Student Health Insurance

It is university policy that each student enrolled in a program at the university on a full-time basis (9 credits or more) must have adequate health insurance coverage. All full-time students will be automatically billed for health insurance. Students may review the plan benefits by visiting University Health Plans for Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences. Students who have other health insurance coverage may opt out of the university health insurance plan by completing the online waiver form which may be found at University Health Plans and then select Waiver Form. Full-time students who do not respond by the waiver deadline of September 30 will be automatically enrolled in the plan and will be responsible for paying the premium. When your waiver form has been successfully submitted, you will receive a waiver confirmation number and a confirmation email shortly thereafter. If you do not receive the confirmation, your form may not have been successfully submitted and you should contact University Health Plans at 1-800-437-6448 for assistance. Part-time students and dependents are welcome to purchase insurance on a voluntary basis at University Health Plans. The university's health insurance plan is serviced by University Health Plans and underwritten by United Healthcare. Please contact University Health Plans at 800-437-6448 or via email info@univhealthplans.com if you have further questions about the university health insurance plan.
 
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