The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires all students enrolled at least 3/4 time to be enrolled in a health insurance plan. To ensure that Emmanuel College students are meeting this requirement, all students are automatically enrolled in the College's health plan and are charged the annual health insurance premium. The estimated cost of the plan for the 2022-23 academic year is $4,100 and final plan details and pricing will be available by June 1, 2022.
Students who do not complete either the enrollment or waiver form by August 3, 2022 will automatically be enrolled in the College’s plan and charged the health insurance premium.
Health Insurance Waiver
If you already have comparable coverage and would like to waive the enrollment and have the student insurance premium removed from your bill, you must submit a 2022-2023 waiver at universityhealthplans.com.
These forms are separate from the Emmanuel College Immunization & Health Form which must be submitted to Health Services.
Enroll in the College's Health Insurance Plan
Students who do not have coverage are required to enroll in the College's health insurance plan by completing an online enrollment form at universityhealthplans.com. The enrollment form will be available by June 1, 2022 and should be submitted by the fall 2022 tuition payment due date of August 3, 2022.
Emmanuel offers a plan with Blue Cross Blue Shield; for detailed information regarding the coverage provided, including optional vision and dental insurance, please visit the University Health Plans website at universityhealthplans.com.
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