Waivers must be submitted no later then midnight on the posted deadline date. There will be $25 service fee assessed to all waivers received after the posted deadline but before census. NO waivers will be accepted after census and you will be enrolled into Plan A with annual coverage.
The deadline to waive for the Summer 2017 semester is 6/30/2017.
INCOMPLETE OR LATE WAIVERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to carry insurance?
All students enrolled in 1 or more hours in a degree-seeking or financial aid eligible certificate programs are required to have insurance. As a result, all students taking one or more credit hours are automatically billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan. If you have a comparable insurance, you may qualify to waive the Student Health Insurance Plan.
How do I waive the Student Health Insurance?
The Student Health Insurance may not be the best insurance option for you. We have worked hard to create the best plan possible, however, some students already have satisfactory insurance through an employer, spouse, parent or community. In that case, you probably want to waive the Student Health Insurance charges on your bill.
To waive student insurance for the Summer 2017 semester: https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com/anschutz
Step 1 - Determine if your plan qualifies waiver
Your insurance plan must meet several requirements in order to waive the Student Health Insurance Plan. If your plan does not meet these requirements, you will be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan.
Comparable Coverage means that your health plan meets ALL of the following waiver criteria (Short Term Medical, CICP, and Student Select Plans DO NOT qualify)
your plan have In-Network non-emergent care providers in the Denver
- Is your
In-Network deductible $3,000 single or a $6,000 family deductible or less?
your plan have Mental Health parity (i.e. covers mental health as any other
your plan cover Preventative Care at 100% with no cost to the insured?
your plan cover Pre-Existing Conditions? Maternity? Transgender Services? (*If you answer “no” to any of the three
questions, you must answer “no.” Unless your policy specifically excludes
transgender services in writing, your insurance will provide these services.*)
your plan cover prescriptions?
your plan meet Minimum Essential Coverage as defined in PPACA? Will your plan
provide to you a 1095B indicating that you maintained the appropriate coverage
to meet the mandate for coverage?
Students on a J-1 Visa please contact the Student Insurance Office for guidelines or review the waiver policy.
If you are unsure if your plan qualifies to waive the Student Health Insurance, feel free to contact the Student Insurance Office.
Step 2 - Obtain your insurance card
The information needed to waive the Student Insurance will be listed on your insurance card. If there are any problems with the information listed then my office will contact you directly. It can take up too two weeks to verify your other coverage and we ask that if you are trying to check the status of your waiver to please look at your on-line tuition account. Once the waiver has been processed the charge for the Student Insurance will be removed from you account.