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All registered full-time Traditional undergraduate students* (12 credits or more, with no more than 50% online courses) and Master's of Fine Arts students are billed a fee of $840 for the 2015 Fall Semester for our Student Health Insurance. Students enrolled in only online classes are not eligible for this plan. This plan is mandatory for all students who are not covered by another policy and have not completed the online waiver form. Health Insurance cards confirming coverage will be mailed to the students' local address by mid-September. Please note that the ONLINE waiver is only available from June 15 - August 28, 2015 for the Fall 2015 semester.
*All Allied Health majors are billed for health insurance
The online waiver is not yet available for the 2015-2016 academic year. It will open on June 15. First year students will activate their access to WebAdvisor by mid-June, and then follow the directions listed below to process an insurance waiver. Waivers must be received by August 28, 2015.
If a waiver is not received by August 28, 2015 the insurance plan and associated cost of $840 per semester will remain in effect for the full academic year, unless the student withdraws from the College.
If you have any problems with the waiver form online, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 802.860.2777.
Health insurance is not offered to part-time students unless enrolled in an Allied Health major.
2014-2015 Consolidated Health Plans Insurance Brochure (2015-2016 will be available June 15)
2014-2015 Consolidated Health Plans Summary of Benefits (2015-2016 will be available June 15)
Students enrolled in the health plan will receive health cards mid-September and may access claim forms at the Student Accounts Office or at the Student Health Office or at the link: 2014-2015 Consolidated Health Plans Claim Form . (2015-2016 will be available June 15)
Students who were actively enrolled for the Fall 2015 semester needed to have completed this process, as outlined in our previous communications, by August 28, 2015.