The last day to waive the insurance requirement is September 15, 2023.
Health Insurance Requirements
Required Health Insurance for Full Time Students
ACTION REQUIRED – Students must either enroll in OR waive the Student Health Insurance Plan. If you do not waive the Student Health Insurance Plan you will be automatically enrolled and charged for this plan if you are an undergraduate student registered for 9 or more hours.
Undergraduate students registered for 9 or more hours are required to carry health insurance. This requirement is met by having either private health insurance or the student health insurance plan.
- Students who wish to carry private insurance must submit their insurance information by the fall deadline each academic year to waive automatic enrollment in the student health insurance plan.
- Waivers are approved for students who carry insurance comparable to the TCU Student Health Insurance Plan.
- Students who do not provide private insurance information will be automatically enrolled in the student health insurance plan.
- If you will be using the student health insurance plan, you should enroll at the link below to ensure that your insurance begins on the first day of coverage.
Health Insurance for Part Time Students
Students registered for fewer than 9 hours have the option of electing the student health insurance plan, but are not enrolled automatically and are not required to carry health insurance by the university.Part Time Student Enroll
Optional Health Insurance
Graduate students are not required to carry health insurance (unless they are international students).
- Graduate students have the option of electing the student health insurance, but are not required to carry health insurance by the university.
Mandatory Student Health Insurance
All international students are required to carry the student health insurance plan.
- Enrollment is automatic for all students on F-1 Visas.
- Exceptions are made only in the case of family members living and working in the United States.
Students seeking an exemption, and those on H or L Visas, must check their status with the Office of International Student Services.
TCU Student Health Insurance Plan
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Haylor, Freyer & Coon
The TCU Student Health Insurance Plan is serviced by our broker Haylor, Freyer & Coon. Haylor negotiates competitively priced medical benefits on behalf of TCU students and verifies waiver requests to ensure that TCU students are covered. For questions about the Student Health Insurance Plan, please visit the Haylor, Freyer & Coon website. You may also call 1-866-535-0456 or email email@example.com for assistance.Learn More
Students with private health insurance can waive the insurance requirement
You should select Not found on list and fill the remainder of the form as normal.
A waiver needs to only be submitted once per plan year.
The TCU Health Insurance Plan does not cover dental or vision. Our broker recommends that students who need dental or vision care while at TCU purchase an outside plan such as those available through Guardian Direct.
Guardian Direct plans include a large network of dentists, cost savings, and guaranteed acceptance. Most plans cover cleanings and x-rays, and you can save up to 35% on dental procedures when seeing an in-network dentist. Guardian Direct also offers vision, accident, life, and disability insurance.
If you need to enroll for Summer 2023 coverage only, fill out the form below and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- TCU Aetna Student Health Insurance Website
- 2021-22 Insurance Plan Details & Benefits
- Print Web ID Cards
- Find an In-Network Doctor
- Insurance Claim Form
- Out-of-Network Claims
- On-Call ID Card for International Travel (travel does NOT include your home country)
- How to Read an EOB (Explanation of Benefits)
How to Use Your Aetna Student Health Plan Away From TCU
Read your Student Health Insurance Plan to learn about the benefits and exclusions of the plan.
- Read your Student Health Insurance Plan to find the steps you need to take before seeking medical treatment.
- Understanding the guidelines of your Plan may prevent you from paying unexpected out-of-pocket expenses.
- Be sure to present your Student Health Insurance ID Card when visiting a medical provider. Print your Web ID here.
- Confirm if the provider is an in-network provider. Find an in-network doctor.
- If you are being treated by an in-network provider, your claim will automatically be submitted to the Aetna Student Health Insurance by the Provider.
- If you are being treated by an out-of-network provider, you must file the claim using the claim form found on the Health Center’s website. Be sure your name, and school name are written clearly on all medical bills as they must accompany the claim form. Always make copies for your records.
- Payment on a filed claim for covered expenses will be sent directly to the provider unless proof of payment is submitted with the claim.
- Once a claim is processed, an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statement will be mailed to you explaining the benefit paid to the provider. The provider will send you a statement if a balance is due.
Further questions about the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan should be directed to Aetna Student Health customer service at (800) 859-8478.
The charge for a prescription filled at the TCU Pharmacy is posted to the student’s university account and shown as a line item – TCU Pharmacy. This charge is eligible for an 80% reimbursement. The claim form found on the Health Center’s website along with the receipt must be submitted to the address on the form to seek reimbursement. The annual, in-network deductible of $350 must be met prior to reimbursement being sent.
Prescriptions filled off campus are eligible for a 70% reimbursement.The claim form found on the Health Center’s website along with the receipt must be submitted to the address on the form to seek reimbursement. The annual, in-network deductible of $350 must be met prior to reimbursement being sent.