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International Student Health Insurance

Student Health Insurance Plan

U.S. federal regulations, and the University of Dallas, require that all F-1  visa holders have health insurance to help cover the expenses of unexpected medical issues while residing in the US.  The university has contracted with United Health Care through Academic Health Plans to provide a policy that complies with federal law.

All incoming F-1 visa holders will be automatically enrolled in the health insurance policy and related charges will be added to the student's account. The annual cost is $1,726 which will be billed in 3 installments over the course of the academic year (Fall - $651, Spring - $572, Summer - $503). 

To review the specific benefits of the UD National Guardian Health Care policy, click HERE.

Waiver Option

All F-1 visa holders are required to enroll in University of Dallas Student Health Insurance Plan unless a waiver is submitted and approved.

Waivers for the Summer 2020 term will be accepted now through May 29, 2020.
**Waivers will not be accepted after that time.**

Criteria to submit a waiver:

  1. Student is sponsored by the government of the student’s home country and is provided through a PPACA compliant plan. If a non-PPACA compliant plan, the sponsoring entity must guarantee payment of all health expenses in writing.
  2. Student is enrolled in individual policy, or a US employer-provided group health plan that is PPACA compliant.

Note – If the health plans above do not include medical evacuation and repatriation, a rider must be purchased providing coverage at equal limits to the UD provided policy.