Student Insurance

Student Insurance

All degree-seeking, full-time undergraduate students (except seminarians and non-resident aliens) are automatically enrolled in an annual student health insurance plan. The general health insurance charge may be waived directly with the insurance company upon successful completion of an online waiver form before the deadline date.

The deadline for submitting a health insurance waiver for the 2019 - 2020 academic year is midnight on September 16, 2019

If you have successfully submitted an accepted waiver for the Fall term, then you will NOT need to complete one for the Spring term. The student health insurance waiver for the Spring term must be completed by February 10, 2020, if a student is attending the University for the first time in that term. 

Please remember that failure to waive by the deadline date implies acceptance of the policy and the related charges.

Links to benefits information and the online waiver form are available at Academic HealthPlans.  

Please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 972-721-5323 or email studentaffairs@udallas.edu for further questions.

 

International Insurance

International Students attending the University of Dallas on F-1 status are required to carry insurance as mandated by the International Student Services Office. Click here for details.

 

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