Fall waiver is open and deadline for submission is September 17, 2020
Full-time undergraduate students at Seattle University are required to have health insurance but may waive the student health plan if they have health insurance with comparable coverage. Students who are taking classes 100% virtual for fall quarter are still required to complete the waiver if they do not want the student health insurance plan. If not waived, the student will be automatically enrolled in the Aetna Student Health plan.
Students must actively waive the health insurance every academic year. Waivers from previous years do not roll over.
Domestic Students requirements to waive the Aetna Student Health Plan:
International Students waiver requirements
If you miss the waiver deadline you may submit a waiver when it opens for the next term, however you will be responsible for the current terms premium.
For the 20-21 academic year, students who are taking a part-time course load (< 12 credits) and have been granted the full-time equivalency (FTE) accommodation will not be enrolled in the Aetna Student health plan by default.
We encourage all students to have medical insurance that provides care in the state or territory they reside including primary care, mental health care, and prescription benefits as well as emergency care. We strongly encourage you to enroll in the plan if you do currently do not have a medical plan with this coverage.
If you would like to sign up or continue to be covered by the Aetna Student Health Plan please see STEPS TO ENROLL FOR VOLUNTARY STUDENTS & DEPENDENTS under Aetna Student Health Insurance
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