Per University Regulation 2.033 students who are enrolled at least half-time (9 hours Undergraduate or 6 hours Graduate) in a degree-seeking program, are required to show proof of comparable health insurance coverage via online waiver form or purchase the University Sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan. Students who are strictly online, transient, non-degree seeking, dual enrolled High School students, certificate students and less than part-time are exempt from this requirement. Click here to view FAMU Regulation 2.033 (Attached)
NOTE: Those students that fail to provide documentation or that do not have appropriate coverage will be enrolled in the University-sponsored student health insurance plan. No student should delay seeking treatment because of inability to pay for services.
For more information regarding this new requirement please visit the Student Health Services page or visit the College of Law Office of Student Affairs.
***** Fall 2017-Spring 2018 PRICE LIST: *****
|Annual||$1,853||August 15, 2017 – August 14, 2018|
|Fall||$705||August 15, 2017 – December 31, 2017|
|Spring/Summer*||$1,148||January 1, 2018 – August 14, 2018|
Note: Spring and Summer premiums can not be split.
To view the Plan brochure click below.
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International students must present proof of insurance coverage along with the required Health History and Immunization form to the Student Health Services. Policy information must be presented in English and meet the benefit requirements established by the Florida Board of Governors
Students, who have not yet purchased an appropriate insurance coverage, may obtain information from the Office of Student Health Services on the health insurance policies from a few insurance companies that have been reviewed by the University and that meet the state requirements. Student Health Services is responsible for reviewing international students’ health insurance coverage.
Substance Abuse Toolkit
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