International Student Insurance Plan
This insurance plan is exclusively contracted and provided for the international students and visiting scholars of Eastern Washington University. Please contact Health, Wellness & Prevention Services, 509.359.4279 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit University Recreation Center 201 for more information.
201 University Recreation Center
Cheney, WA 99004
International Student Insurance Plan
Valid Health Insurance Requirement
All international students are required to have valid health insurance while in the United States. An international student insurance fee is automatically included in Eastern tuition and other mandatory fees when students register for classes each academic term. Please note the insurance fee is different each term as follows:
|Terms||Annual||Fall Quarter||Winter Quarter||SpringQuarter||SummerQuarter|
Students on OPT/CPT should request insurance coverage separately by the first day of each academic quarter by sending an email request to email@example.com.
Students can print their own student insurance cards using the second option listed on the Consolidated Health Plan Login page. If you are unable to print your insurance card using the link just provided, you can visit the Office of Global Initiatives located in 103 Hargreaves Hall for assistance.
Print your insurance card here (use the second option): Consolidate Health Plan Login.
Insurance Fee Waiver
The insurance fee will be waived only when a student presents comparable health insurance coverage according to the Insurance Minimum Requirements (PDF) as defined by the U.S. Patient Protection & Affordability Act along with a copy of their insurance card with the full policy in English translation to the Office of Global Initiatives. Students enrolled during Fall Quarter must have their documents submitted and accepted by September 28, 2016. Waiver renewals are required each quarter. Students who do not present the proof of comparable coverage by the deadline will not receive insurance fee waiver and will be responsible for paying the full insurance fee amount.
|Fall 2016||Winter 2017||Spring 2017||Summer 2017|
|September 28, 2016||January 17, 2017||April 10, 2017||June 20, 2017|
General Plan Information
This insurance plan is exclusively contracted and provided for the international students and visiting scholars of Eastern Washington University. You can download the 2015-2016 Student Health Insurance brochure or contact Health, Wellness & Prevention Services at 509.359.4279 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the University Recreation Center room 201 for more information.
Eligibility: F1/F2 and J1/J2 visa status with Eastern Washington University
Summary of Benefits
Download the 2015-2016 Summary of Benefits (PDF)
- Co-pays are not required at the time of service.
- After the $250 deductible is met, the student will be responsible for 20% of the cost of medical services (deductibles do not apply to doctor's office visit or prescriptions).
- Annual physical exams are covered under wellness coverage with no deductible and no co-payment.
- Immunizations are covered when ordered by a PVP and 80% of cost is covered in-network.
- Contraceptives are covered under prescription drugs with no deductible and no co-payment.
- Prescription drugs are covered at 80% if student goes to a preferred pharmacy in-network.
- Emergency room is covered at 80% in-network/60% out of network.
- Ambulance service is covered at 80% in-network/60% out of network.
- X-ray & Laboratory services are covered at 80% in-network/60% out of network.
- Hospital Room and Board is covered at 80% in-network/60% out of network.
The Rockwood Clinic in Cheney is a preferred provider of non-emergency medical services. To find an in-network provider near you, visit www.cigna.com. Finally, this Pharmacy Directory (PDF) can help you find a pharmacy.
EWU Student ID and the insurance card is required at the time of service. Please note that the clinic may not have the language interpretation assistance so plan accordingly. Please note that the clinic may not have the language interpretation assistance so plan accordingly.
If students receive any forms from A-G Administrators, the benefits administrator for the plan, they must complete those forms and mail them back immediately. Failure to follow up can cause claims to go unpaid, and Rockwood could then put students on a collections list. Optional dental insurance can be purchased separately from Delta Dental. Students must sign up directly with the provider. Optional vision insurance can be purchased separately from VSP. Students must sign up directly with the provider.