Proof of health insurance during the academic year is mandatory for these following groups:
- Athlete Students
- Nursing Students
- International Students
- Students attending school-sponsored overnight trips or mission trips
With the passing of the Affordable Healthcare Act, all citizens are now required to obtain some form of medical health insurance. The regulations made it cost prohibitive for students to afford the college's annual insurance premiums. Therefore, the College no longer offers its students a health insurance plan.
The College recognizes that there may be those who did not register in time during open enrollment for varies reasons.
The following websites are a few examples of insurance plans to help start your search in locating the right option best suited for your needs.
We cannot guarantee that you will find an acceptable option in any of these plans.
If you purchase from any website, please make sure that you have read and fully understand what you are purchasing.
The college has no direct affiliation with any of these companies and receives no compensation.
International students should research coverage before residing in the United States to make sure they find a policy that will cover accidents, emergencies, health complaints, prescription drugs, and doctors’ visits. Medical expenses are very high in the United States. The college is NOT responsible for any medical expenses incurred by the student.
NCAA regulations require student-athletes and international student-athletes have health and accident coverage during college sports participation. Students should find a policy that will cover accidents, emergencies, health complaints, prescription drugs, and doctors’ visits. The college is NOT responsible for any medical expenses incurred by the student-athlete.
International/International Athlete Students
Whether you are required to have insurance or not, Roberts Wesleyan College strongly suggests that all students carry health insurance.