Student Health Services at Illinois State University
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Illinois State University Student Health Insurance

Student Health Insurance

Platinum Level  

THE STUDENT INSURANCE PLAN IS COMPLIANT WITH THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (ACA) AND MEETS THE FEDERAL REQUIREMENT OF HAVING HEALTH INSURANCE.  THE PLAN IS RATED A 'PLATINUM PLAN', THE HIGHEST RATING UNDER THE ACA!

The mission of the Student Insurance Office is to exceed the expectations of the University community, the student body, and of each unique individual in every action, interaction, and intention. 

We are located in the Student Services Building, room 303.  Contact us at (309) 438-2515 or by email.

 

Important Notes

Graduating in August?  Insurance is available for the fall semester for insured summer students!  Information available online or call Student Insurance, (309) 438-2515.

2014 fall semester cancellation deadline 9/2/14, 2015 spring semester cancellation deadline 1/26/15, 2015 summer semester cancellation deadline 5/18/15.

The Student Insurance plan also includes OnCall International coverageOnCall benefits include 24/7 worldwide medical information & assistance, Medical Evacuation/Repatriation coverage, travel assistance, and a $10,000 accidental death benefit.  Click here for OnCall ID Card.

Aetna Student Health

Aetna Navigator.  A secure website where you can view your claim explanation of benefit statements along with the latest health information and news.

For information on the Affordable Care Act from Aetna Student, click here!  Please keep in mind this is general information for all of Aetna Student Health's schools.  For information specific to Illinois State University's Student Insurance plan, please read documents specific to ISU!

Vision Services

All ISU students who have the Student Insurance plan have a vision discount provision automatically included with the premium.  Check out PARTICIPATING PROVIDERS who participate in the EyeMed Vision Care Network.

Related Links

American College Health Association (ACHA)

 

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