Student Health Center

NEW: 2013-2014 Student Health Insurance –AIS/ Florida Blue

First-time users will need to Register/Login with the AIS/Florida Blue website: www.aisstudentinsurance.com/stu. You will set up a username and password.  After you register you will be able to waive the Student Health Insurance.


Waiver Process


Full-Time Undergraduate and Law Students who have other comparable coverage and would like to waive out of this plan must complete the Online Waiver. You may waive coverage only if you are already covered by your parent’s insurance, by an employer’s insurance, other Affordable Care Act Compliant Plan or comparable insurance. There are no exceptions to this deadline. Appeals to refund the Spring/Summer premium will not be accepted, even if you are graduating in December.

Students failing to waive by the Deadline will be automatically enrolled in the Student Insurance Plans for the Academic Year, the premium will be added to your student account, and you will be responsible for any and all fee’s that accrue.

Waiver submissions may be audited by St. Thomas University and/or their contractors or representatives. You may be required to provide, upon request, any coverage documents and/or other records demonstrating that you meet the school’s requirements for waiving the student health insurance plan. By submitting the waiver request, you agree that your current insurance plan may be contacted for confirmation that your coverage is in force for the applicable Academic Year and that it meets the school’s waiver requirements.

International Students are required to purchase the student insurance plan and may not waive coverage. This plan will provide medical coverage anywhere in the U.S. and abroad.


Waiver Option

All full-time undergraduates (except Organizational Leadership and Health Care Management), and  full-time Law students will automatically be enrolled in these plans, unless a completed Waiver Form has been filed online by selecting “Online Waiver” by the specified deadline dates listed below:

Waiver Deadline Dates
Students enrolling in the Fall: 7/1/2013 to 8/28/2013
New students only for Spring: 12/1/2013 to 1/15/2014
A7 – Students enrolling for the Fall: 7/1/2013 to 10/23/2013
A2 – Students enrolling for the Spring: 12/1/2013 to 3/19/2014


Mandatory Supplemental Plan
Students who have an approved waiver and all VA and Graduate Students will be automatically charged an annual health fee of $180. This health fee allows 100% coverage for all medical services provided by the STU Health & Wellness Center. You can log onto the insurance website for a list of covered services:   www.aisstudentinsurance.com/stu.   You will not be billed for this plan if you are covered under the Comprehensive Health Plan.

2013-2014 Student Health Insurance:  St. Thomas University provides insurance through AIS/Florida Blue.



Student Health Center Staff

Yolanda Mora, RN
Registered Nurse
St. Thomas University


Josie Oramas, LMHC
Counseling Services:
305-628-6695
joramas@stu.edu


St. Thomas Health & Wellness Clinic Hours:

Medical Clinic & Insurance:

Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am-5:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am-6:00pm
 
Counseling Services:
Monday - Friday  10:00am - 6:00pm



Required Health Information for Students
  1. New Students: 
    1. All students residing on campus must have meningitis immunization.
    2. New students must have a completed medical evaluation and immunization record on file.
  2. Returning students are asked to complete a change in health status/disability form.




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