All Domestic IU School of Medicine (IUSM), IU School of Dentistry (IUSD), School of Health and Human Sciences (SHHS), and IU School of Optometry (IUSO) students are automatically enrolled in the Professional Student Insurance Plan and charged for the plan through their bursar account.
Domestic students can opt-out of the Professional Student Health Plan by submitting proof of comparable coverage by the deadline. International Students and Visiting Scholars click HERE to be re-directed to the International Student Plan.
The benefit information is located on the left side of this page. IU has partnered with University Health Plans to administer the plan and help with waiver, enrollment, or eligibility-related questions. University Health Plans can be reached at 833-251-1717 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Anthem can be reached at 844-412-0752 for any benefit or claim-related questions.
Your school has opted for a digital ID card. Your member ID card will be available on the plan start date. You’ll receive an email from Anthem Student Advantage once your ID card is ready to download. You’ll be able to email or fax it from your smartphone or computer. You can request a hard copy ID card by contacting Member Services at 844-412-0752.
Insurance Cost & Coverage Periods for Domestic Students
|School of Medicine||Fall 2022||Spring/Summer 2023||2nd Semester Seniors 2023|
|Coverage Dates||8/1/22 - 2/9/23||2/10/23 - 7/31/23||2/10/23 - 6/30/23|
|Deadline||September 15th||February 28th||February 28th|
|School of Dentistry||Early Fall 2022||Fall 2022||Spring / Summer 2023|
|Coverage Dates||7/1/22 - 12/31/22||8/1/22 - 12/31/22||1/1/23 - 7/31/23|
|Deadline||September 15th||September 15th||February 28th|
School of Health and Human Sciences
|Summer 2022||Fall 2022||Spring/Summer 2023|
|Coverage Dates||5/1/22 - 7/31/22||8/1/22 - 12/31/22||1/1/23- 7/31/23|
|Deadline||May 31st||September 15th||February 28th|
|School of Optometry||Fall 2022||Spring/Summer 2023|
|Coverage Dates||8/1/22 - 12/31/22||1/1/23 - 7/31/23|
|Deadline||September 15th||February 28th|
Domestic students with comparable coverage can opt out of the Professional Student Insurance Plan by completing the waiver form located on the left side of this page by the deadline. Before waiving, compare the cost, coverage, and benefits of the Plan to your existing plan. Failure to complete the waiver will result in a student being enrolled and responsible for the Health Insurance Fee.
Eligible students may insure their dependents, including their spouse and children under the age of 26 for an additional cost by completing the enrollment form located on the left side of this page by the deadline. Dependent premiums can be paid at the time of enrollment or in installments; however, dependent premiums cannot be charged to your bursar account. Dependent eligibility is effective and expires concurrently with that of the insured student, meaning coverage is only available to dependents if and when the student is insured under the plan.
Qualifying Event Enrollment
Students who waive the Professional Student Insurance Plan and dependents who do not enroll during the open enrollment period may qualify for special enrollment rights if they incur an involuntary loss of other coverage. To request an enrollment form and premium quote, students should contact the Student Insurance Office at email@example.com. For dependents with a qualifying event, use the form on the left. You must submit all qualifying event enrollment paperwork and documentation within 30 days of the qualifying event.