Is health insurance required?
Yes, all domestic students are required to provide proof of health insurance. Student athletes are required to carry health insurance that complies with NCAA rules.
Wabash College is pleased to provide a student medical insurance plan underwritten by UnitedHealthcare for the 2020-2021 academic year. The new plan is a UnitedHealthcare StudentResources Insurance Company plan underwritten by FirstRiskAdvisors and offers access to the UnitedHealthcare StudentResources’ national Preferred Provider Organizations. The premium is $1,653 per academic year, charged to the fall semester tuition invoice.
All domestic students attending full time are required to purchase this plan unless proof of comparable coverage is furnished by submitting a waiver.
To waive out of this medical insurance plan, students will go to https://www.firststudent.com/school_page/wabash-college/home-wabash-college/, select Wabash from the drop down menu, then click on Waive Now. Student will be prompted to log in with their student identification number and date of birth.
The deadline to waive this plan is September 1, 2020. If you have comparable health insurance coverage, your waiver should be submitted by the deadline to avoid being automatically enrolled.
Students are eligible to enroll in the plan after September 1, 2020, if the student loses coverage through no fault of their own. Proof of loss of coverage must be provided within 30 days of loss to be eligible.
International students are required to purchase health insurance provided by LewerMark. The premium for the insurance will be added to student's tuition invoice. Please contact Amy Weir (email@example.com) for coverage information.
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