Student Health Insurance
Guidelines & Questions
v. Summer 2012
Currently Bryan College is revamping our Student Insurance Requirements, the current policy is at : http://www.bryan.edu/insurance_requirements.html
As May 30, 2012 it reads:
Students are required to have insurance for the 2012-2013 school year OR pay a 200/per semester health administrative fee.
Students may choose from these three options:
A) Show proof of insurance from a student’s family plan or personal plan.
(The PolyClinic accepts most insurance plans except Medicare and Medicaid. However, it is important that you make sure that the students insurance is not restricted to a specific city or state (i.e.: Memphis). In this case you may need to get additional coverage.) An acceptable insurance policy is a plan that will directly reimburse the students expenses at 3 of the 4 following medical locations:
Bryan PolyClinic / PolyClinics.Net, PLLC
Rhea Medical Center
The Erlanger Hospital System
Please Note: Limit Coverage Plans (e.g. Kaiser Permanente's Urgent and Emergency Room coverage) ARE NOT accepted under the 3 out of 4 rule.
B) Buy student insurance (and submit proof) for the 2012-2013 school year through ACSA or another company. (Because health care laws have recently changed, rates for 2012-2013 will be published soon.)
C) Pay a $200/semester health administrative charge. This IS NOT INSURANCE, but is required for students who do not chose option 1 or 2. Also, this option is NOT open to student athletes.
If you choose to show proof of insurance, (options A or B) you will do so through eStudent.
EACH STUDENT MUST PRESENT PROOF OF INSURANCE EACH SEMESTER.
Any student who has not submitted proof of insurance by July 15 will be charged $200.
If you choose to pay the administrative health charge (option C) instead of purchasing insurance, please note the following:
The $200 must be paid directly to Bryan College
This cannot be paid through the tuition pay plan
Drop/Add Day will be last date a student has to submit proof of insurance and remove the charge from the student’s bill.