Mandatory Health Insurance Program
Chicago State University provides a mandatory Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan
underwritten by United Healthcare Insurance Company. During the fall and spring semesters
only, all full-time students (undergraduates enrolled in 12 hours or more, graduates
enrolled in 9 hours or more, and doctoral students enrolled in 6 hours or more) are
automatically charged for the plan. All full-time international students must be enrolled
into the plan on a mandatory basis. The fee is applied to students enrolled in all
on-campus courses or a combination of on-campus and off-campus (Extension) or web
Summer Waiver/Enrollment Period
Students generally do not enroll full time for the summer session and, therefore,
are not charged for the mandatory insurance plan. However, anyone enrolled in at least
six (6) credit hours who is interested in obtaining the university insurance coverage
during the summer session only should contact the Office of Student health Insurance
before July 19, 2011.
Part-Time Students Eligible for Coverage
Students enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours during the summer session (enrollment
in all web/online courses not accepted) may enroll in the program on a voluntary basis.
The voluntary enrollment deadline is July 19, 2011.
Eligible dependents and domestic partners of enrolled students may also participate
in the plan on a voluntary basis. Inquire within the Office of Student Health Insurance
Period of Coverage
Students attending CSU for the summer session who did not attend the previous spring
semester may enroll for the CSU insurance plan if they are enrolled for at least 6
credit hours. The period of coverage will be May 22, 2011 through August 18, 2011.
You may obtain a copy of the 2010-2011 Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan
brochure by visiting www.uhcsr.com and clicking on the “Find My School’s Plan” link
and following the online instructions, or by visiting the Office of Student Health
Students generally do not enroll full time during the summer session and, therefore,
are not charged for the mandatory insurance plan. However, if your account is charged
for the insurance, contact the Office of Student Health Insurance at 773-995-4533.
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