Curry College

2020-2021 Academic Year 

The spring waiver deadline for traditional undergraduate students was February 22, 2021. The spring waiver deadline for Continuing Education students that were newly eligible for Spring Term II was April 12, 2021. Only newly admitted summer students may waive the Summer 2021 Student Health Insurance Plan at this time. 
The Summer 2021 waiver deadline is July 27, 2021. 

Curry College is pleased to announce that for the 2020-2021 Academic Year we have teamed up with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBS) and University Health Plans (UHP) to provide health insurance coverage for our students. 

All students enrolled at least 75% of the full-time curriculum are required by Massachusetts State law to enroll in the Student Health Insurance or be covered by a health insurance plan with comparable coverage. To ensure compliance with Massachusetts law, undergraduate students registered for 9 or more credits are automatically billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan, unless a waiver form is completed before the deadline date of 02/22/2021Please note, if you are planning to waive the student health insurance to resolve part of your outstanding student account balance you must complete the waiver before the invoice due date to avoid a late fee or other actions on your student account. According to state regulation, comparable coverage is considered a health plan that provides comprehensive coverage, including routine/preventive care, emergency, and non-emergency care as well as mental health/behavioral health services. In addition, the services covered need to be reasonably accessible to the student in the area where the student attends school. Students enrolled in MassHealth Limited, Children’s Medical Security or Health Safety Net Plan are not eligible to waive as these are not comprehensive plans and do not meet the state regulation. Graduate students are not eligible for the Student Health Insurance Plan as these programs are made up of short term courses that meet once a week for 15 weeks or less per semester. 

Waiver forms will be reviewed by the plan broker and administrator, University Health Plans. Travel insurance plans, international health insurance plans, and short-term limited duration plans do not meet the waiver requirements and will not be accepted. Students must have a US health insurance plan filed and approved in the United States and compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

Spring 2021 Student Health Insurance Policy Period and Premiums:
Policy Period: 01/01/2021 – 07/31/2021
Premium: $1,876

If a student is covered by a plan comparable to the Student Health Insurance Plan, the student MUST waive the coverage offered by Curry College. You can complete the waiver form online by clicking on the “Waiver Form” in the navigation menu on the left-hand side of this page. The deadline to waive the spring student health plan is 02/22/2021. If a waiver form is not submitted by 02/22/2021 the student will be automatically enrolled in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Student Health Insurance Plan. No waivers will be accepted after the deadline.

Please note, in the event you are studying 100% remotely outside of Massachusetts for spring 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic you must have comprehensive coverage in the area you are studying remotely. If your insurance plan does not provide comprehensive coverage in Massachusetts and you return to campus, it is your responsibility to enroll onto the Curry College student health insurance plan by contacting University Health Plans at (800) 437-6448 or within 60 days from the date you return to campus. Emergency only care is not sufficient while living in Massachusetts.

Students who would like to enroll in the Student Health Insurance Plan may complete the enrollment form located in the navigation menu on the left-hand side of this page. Although students are automatically charged for the Student Health Insurance Plan, students will not be automatically enrolled in the plan by the College until after the deadline date. Students should complete the enrollment form as soon as possible to avoid difficulties in accessing their health insurance benefits. 

UHP is available to manage the waiver and enrollment process and answer general questions about the insurance plan. To speak with a representative, please call (800) 437-6448 or send an email to If you have questions about your tuition bill, please contact the Office of Student Accounts (617) 333-2354.