2021-2022 Health Insurance Information
St. Catherine University requires and provides health insurance for the students in the College for Women, OTA Online, and the College for Adults bachelor's and associate programs. The University does not provide insurance options for graduate students.
College for Women, College for Adults—Associate, Bachelor's, and OTA Students
St. Catherine University requires that all full-time (12+ credits) degree-seeking students enrolled in the College for Women, OTA Online, and College for Adults associate and bachelor's students be covered by health insurance.
New Billing Process for Health Insurance
Eligible students are automatically enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan unless they waive coverage. Approved waivers are valid for one policy year (8/15-8/14). If students do not waive the Student Health Insurance Plan by the established deadline, they will be enrolled and billed the associated premium on their student account. Please note the change in billing: charges will only be placed on student accounts that have not waived by the deadline, or have chosen to enroll. There will no longer be charges placed on all accounts, with credits placed for waiving to offset those charges.
This is an annual plan. Students who have not waived out by their initial deadline will remain enrolled for the entire coverage period, including students that graduate, or leave the University, and will be financially responsible for the full premium amount.
Students with the University Sponsored Health Insurance through UHC can be seen at the Health and Wellness Clinic for all covered expenses at no cost.
University Insurance Specialist: email@example.com
United HealthCare Customer Service:
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Important Plan Information
Please note: Your student account will only be billed at the close of the waiver period if you have not completed an approved waiver, or you have chosen to enroll. Any student that has an approved waiver on file by their designated deadline will not be billed for health insurance.
|Fall (CFW, CFA, and OTA)||7/15/21-9/12/21|
|Spring (New incoming CFW, CFA)||12/1/21-2/6/22|
|OTA Online Winter Waiver (New incoming OTA only)||12/1/21-1/16/22|
|OTA Online Summer (New incoming OTA only)||4/1/22-5/15/22|
|Annual||August 15, 2021–August 14, 2022|
|Spring and Winter OTA (New start students only)||January 1, 2022–August 14, 2022|
|OTA Online Summer (New start students only)||May 1, 2022–August 14, 2022|
|Annual Fall (All eligible CFW, CFA, and OTA students)||$2,491|
|Spring (All new eligible CFW, CFA, and OTA)||$1,522|
|OTA Online Summer (Only new incoming OTA students)||$727|
Graduate Students in the Henrietta Schmoll School of Health
Graduate students in the Henrietta Schmoll School of Health must hold health insurance for clinical purposes. The process for proof of insurance will be administered by individual graduate program directors. The University does not provide insurance options for graduate students. Graduate students in the School of Health who need health insurance are encouraged to apply for coverage through MNsure.