2015-2016 Spring Term Enrollment Student Health Insurance
In order to ensure that all students are able to fully participate in their academic life, Dickinson College has established the following policy regarding health insurance for students:
If you are a full-time matriculating student who is not a U.S. citizen you are required to be enrolled in the Dickinson College Student Health Insurance and will be automatically enrolled. All other full-time matriculating students attending Dickinson College must enroll in or waive out of the insurance coverage offered by the College. Students who wish to waive out of the coverage must be U.S. Citizens and provide proof of private coverage. Students who do not enroll or waive by the end of the open enrollment period will be automatically enrolled in the Dickinson College Student Health Insurance.
Once a student is enrolled in the insurance a cancellation will only be allowed for certain life changing events and must be approved by the Carrier. No cancellation will be allowed for any reason if the insurance has been utilized by the student.
The purchase of the student health insurance policy provides a spring term of health insurance with effective dates of 01/01/2016 thru 07/31/2016 at a cost of $1,021.00. Any student who has not enrolled or waived by January 18, 2016 may have a hold placed on their student account. Any student who has not enrolled or waived by February 1, 2016 will have a charge of $1,021.00 placed on their account.
Information on enrolling in or waiving out of the student health insurance will be sent to the students' home addresses in December. Beginning December 14, 2015, you may enroll or waive using the following links:
Before you waive:
There have been some incidences with high-deductible plans, out-of-state Medicaid plans, and HMOs that have hindered students trying to access healthcare from local community resources. We strongly recommend that you check with your insurance provider to assure continued health insurance coverage while at Dickinson, specifically for diagnostic testing (lab work and x-rays) and referrals to specialists.
A note about HMOs: Some HMOs offer guest membership plans which provide healthcare benefits to continue at the same level when away from home. Please contact your HMO insurance provider to find out if this option is available.
For further information please contact our insurance administrator: RCM&D, Paige Fritze at 1-800-346-4075 ext. 1607 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.