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The student health insurance plan offered by Santa Clara University is provided by Aetna. All enrolled SCU students taking two or more classes are eligible to enroll into the Aetna PPO plan. 

Under the Affordable Care Act, individuals must now carry health insurance meeting the minimum essential coverage requirements as defined by the federal government. To ensure that students meet the individual mandate, beginning Fall 2014, all new and continuing students (undergraduate, graduate and law) taking two or more classes are required to provide proof of medical health insurance through a mandatory annual on-line process termed “Hard-Waiver Mandatory”.

As a condition of enrollment, SCU requires students to have a health insurance plan, both to protect against unexpected high medical cost and to provide access to quality care. 

 
Undergraduate Students

Under the Affordable Care Act, individuals must now carry health insurance meeting the minimum essential coverage requirements as defined by the federal government. To ensure that students meet the individual mandate, beginning fall 2014, all new and continuing students taking two or more classes are required to provide proof of medical health insurance through a mandatory annual on-line process termed “Hard-Waiver Mandatory”.

 All undergraduate students taking two or more classes must either enroll in the University-sponsored insurance plan or show proof of their own health insurance plan by completing the online waiver form by the July 21, 2014 deadline date. If students do not submit an acceptable waiver, then they will be automatically enrolled in the 2014/2015 annual Aetna insurance plan and their individual student accounts will be charged $2,326.00 for the insurance policy.

2014/2015 Fall Waiver Deadline: July 21, 2014    

Graduate Students

Under the Affordable Care Act, individuals must now carry health insurance meeting the minimum essential coverage requirements as defined by the federal government. To ensure that students meet the individual mandate,beginning fall 2014, all new and continuing students taking two or more classes are required to provide proof of medical health insurance through a mandatory annual on-line process termed “Hard-Waiver Mandatory”. 

All graduate students taking two or more classes must either enroll in the University-sponsored insurance plan or show proof of their own health insurance plan by completing the online waiver form by the August 21, 2014 deadline date. If students do not submit an acceptable waiver, then they will be automatically enrolled in the 2014/2015 annual Aetna insurance plan and their individual student accounts will be charged $2,635.00 for the insurance policy.

2014/2015 Fall Waiver Deadline: August 21, 2014  

Law Students

Under the Affordable Care Act, individuals must now carry health insurance meeting the minimum essential coverage requirements as defined by the federal government. To ensure that students meet the individual mandate, beginning fall 2014, all new and continuing students taking two or more classes are required to provide proof of medical health insurance through a mandatory annual on-line process termed “Hard-Waiver Mandatory”. 

All graduate students taking two or more classes must either enroll in the University-sponsored insurance plan or show proof of their own health insurance plan by completing the online waiver form by the July 21, 2014 deadline date. If students do not submit an acceptable waiver, then they will be automatically enrolled in the 2014/2015 annual Aetna insurance plan and their individual student accounts will be charged $2,635.00 for the insurance policy.


2014/2015 Fall EXTENDED Waiver Deadline: July 21, 2014

Jesuit School of Theology Students

Under the Affordable Care Act, individuals must now carry health insurance meeting the minimum essential coverage requirements as defined by the federal government. To ensure that students meet the individual mandate, beginning fall 2014, all new and continuing students taking two or more classes are required to provide proof of medical health insurance through a mandatory annual on-line process termed “Hard-Waiver Mandatory”. The online waiver link will be available on May 15, 2014 for current students. New incoming students to JST/SCU will be able to access waiver on August 1, 2014.

All graduate students taking two or more classes must either enroll in the University-sponsored insurance plan or show proof of their own health insurance plan by completing the online waiver form by the September 12, 2014 deadline date. If students do not submit an acceptable waiver, then they must be enrolled into the 2014/2015 Aetna insurance plan and their individual student accounts charged $1,122.00 for the Fall insurance policy.

2014/2015 Fall Waiver Deadline: September 12, 2014