Student Insurance Benefits

Valparaiso University is interested in promoting good health practices as well as preventing sickness and accidents among students. The University does not assume financial responsibility for a student in case of illness or accident. The University maintains the Student Health Center for the treatment of illnesses and minor accidents. Students are responsible for the costs of such treatment if it is not covered by their medical plan.

Valpo requires students to carry health insurance while attending the University. This policy protects a family’s investment should unexpected medical issues arise. We also know that people seek healthcare at earlier stages when they possess insurance. Early assessment and treatment are particularly important in a highly residential environment such as our campus.

Eligibility

Summary Brochure for 2021 – 2022

Summary Brochure for 2020–2021 
Full Policy for 2020–2021 

The sponsored policy is with United Healthcare and BCBS provide our students access to a wide national network of providers and facilities when care is necessary outside of the plan requirements.

With both plans, when students utilize Valparaiso University Health Center on campus, the co-pay and deductible are waived, and covered services such as physician visits, in-house lab tests, medications, and immunizations are generally covered at 100%. Students find this to be a very convenient and cost-efficient way to meet their health care needs while attending Valpo. Any necessary specialty care is coordinated with the assistance of Health Center.

All full-time graduate students taking 9 or more credit hours, full-time undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours, DARC students (approved by AARC) and all CONHP are automatically enrolled in this insurance plan at registration, unless proof of comparable coverage is furnished. New students beginning full-time enrollment during the summer who are taking six or more credit hours per summer term are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan. Eligible students who do enroll may also insure their dependents.

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All full-time graduate students taking 9 or more credit hours, full-time undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours, DARC students (approved by AARC) and all CONHP are automatically enrolled in this insurance plan at registration, unless proof of comparable coverage is furnished. New students beginning full-time enrollment during the summer who are taking six or more credit hours per summer term are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan. Eligible students who do enroll may also insure their dependents.

  • Health insurance information is required annually for all new and returning undergraduates and graduate students. Instructions and reminders are sent via students’ University email accounts and home address. If students have existing health insurance, simply enter the information to complete the process. If students want to voluntarily enroll in the University’s sponsored program, they may do so during the waiver period.
  • Students who do NOT waive out will automatically be enrolled in and billed for the University-sponsored plan for the full annual cost of the plan.
  • During the waiver period, students may access the waiver site through UnitedHealthcare StudentResources to complete and submit a Waiver Request or to voluntarily enroll in the University-sponsored plan.

Deadline: First day the semester begins

 

My AHP Care website – valpo.myahpcare.com/waiver

OR

If you have questions about your Student Health Insurance or a bill you have received email studenthealth.insurance@valpo.edu

Student Health Services Sign

CONTACT INFORMATION

Valparaiso University Health Center
Promenade East Building
55 University Drive, Suite 102
Valparaiso, IN 46383

health.center@valpo.edu

Phone: 219.464.5060
Insurance: 219.464.5400
Fax: 219.464.5410

**Please do not email if you need immediate assistance** Call 219.464.5060 during business hours to schedule an appointment.