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Student Health Insurance

 
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All students are eligible to enroll for Student Health Insurance. 

Prescott College requires all On-Campus Undergraduates to have health insurance. On-Campus Undergraduates will be enrolled in Student Health Insurance unless they specifically waive out of the plan by providing proof of comparable insurance coverage by the waiver deadline. Students cannot waive their health insurance requirement until they have received their bill. Student ID numbers are needed for the waiver process, and can be found on the bill.

Limited-Residency students must contact Wells Fargo Customer Care to enroll in the plan by calling (800) 853-5899. 

Plan Information

Find a Doctor or Provider  

Claims

Prescriptions

  •  (800) 238-6279

Emergency Travel Assistance

24 Hour Nurse Advice

  • If you need nurse advice, please call the Informed Health Line at (800) 556-1555 & TDD (800) 270-2386

How Aetna Pays For Out-of-Network Benefits

Effective September 23, 2010: Aetna Student Health will allow eligible dependents to enroll in the health plan up to the age of 26.

Explanation of Dependent Coverage



Term Premiums

 Fall Term: (8/1/12-1/1/13)Spring/Summer: (1/1/13-8/1/13)
Undergraduate Student$ 871$ 1,208
Graduate Student$871$ 1,208
Spouse$ 2,190$ 3,034
Per Child$ 1,530$ 2,119

Find information on USA.gov


Visit USA.GOV Health Insurance Options to learn about the new Health Insurance Marketplace and other types of health coverage.

 

Starting October 1, 2013, you can fill out an application for health insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace. You'll be able to compare your options side-by-side and enroll in a plan that fits your budget and meets your needs. Coverage takes effect as early as January 1, 2014.

USA.gov's Health Insurance page includes:

A brief overview on health insurance and the Affordable Care Act.
Key dates for enrollment and coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Publications to help you prepare for enrollment through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Information about Medicaid, Medicare, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and COBRA.

Student Life Office

If you require further assistance, please contact the Student Life Office 

  • E-mail or call (928) 350-1005.
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