Student Medical Insurance Frequently Asked Questions - The University of Tulsa

Student Medical Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

  • Website for ID cards, provider lookup, policy information:
  • Online students are not eligible for the student medical insurance.
  • Students automatically enrolled in this insurance: if taking 9 or more undergraduate hours, all graduate students, thesis or dissertation 2 or more, and 8 or more for law students.
  • Dependents are not eligible for coverage. They must go to
  • The online waiver portal will be available 7-8-2018 for 2019-2020 school year.
  • It may take up to five business days for credit to show on student account after waiving online.
  • Students have until 8-31-2019 to waive their coverage for 2019-2020 school year.
  • Coverage waived in the fall will be carried over to the spring.
  • f student fails to waive coverage in the fall, student can waive in spring.
  • Student can come onto plan outside of enrollment period if lost primary coverage. Premium will be prorated. A life event form and loss of coverage notification will be required.
  • Insurance cards will not be mailed. They can be printed online or downloaded. A permanent card will be provided upon request.
  • All international students are required to have coverage regardless of full-time/part-time status.
  • Student can have another insurance with this plan.
  • This plan is usually primary.
  • Dental and vision are not included in this coverage unless student is under 19 years old.
  • The new Teledoc feature allows 24/7 video conference with a physician for minor illness such as allergies, ear infection, etc. Medication can be prescribed as well.

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