Billing and University Health Insurance Waiver
Domestic students attending full time and international students are required to have health insurance. Students under this requirement are billed for the University’s health insurance plan. If a student has their own other health insurance coverage (i.e. under a parent’s or employer’s plan) and do not want to be enrolled and billed for the University’s health insurance plan, then a health insurance waiver must be completed by the designated deadline. The health insurance waiver needs to be completed only once per academic year; that’s Fall semester – Summer semesters.
Please review waiver information below. Depending on your student status, you may be required to submit your waiver through MyPace Portal or directly to the insurance company.
All full time, domestic students complete health insurance waivers online via MyPace Portal annually. Full time registration is at least 12 credits for undergraduates, and at least 9 credits for graduate level students.
The deadline to waive for spring ’21 semester’s health insurance charge is February 10, 2021. This spring deadline is applicable to students that were not registered last fall ’20, or continuing students that were not registered full-time last fall.
Once a waiver is submitted online via MyPace Portal, then the health insurance charge will be removed from your student account, bill within 24 hours.
You can view up-date-to student account details via Payment Portal
International students must submit a health insurance waiver form directly to Allen J Flood via email email@example.com or fax at (914)-922-9212 annually. If you are a new registrant for the Spring ’21 semester the deadline registrants to waive is February 10, 2021.
** Please note that University Health Insurance fee is different and separate from University Health Care Center fee. University Health Care Center fee is fundamental to an university experience and cannot be waived. The fee funds both physical University health care and mental counseling services