Student Health Insurance

Protect your health at school, home or while traveling

Available for individual purchase, but only through college or university-sponsored plans.

Getting ready for college? Make sure your shopping list includes student health insurance.

Accidents and illnesses happen. Students need health insurance wherever they are: in school, a semester overseas, spring break or home for the holidays.

Your current health insurance plan may not be enough. Or it may not cover you when you go to school away from home.

Budget-friendly protection and peace of mind

More than 200 colleges and universities offer student health programs and insurance plans from Aetna Student Health.

Our plans give access to a national network of doctors, hospitals and specialists.
And they offer discounts on fitness, contact lenses, teeth cleanings and prescription drugs.

Your school may offer dental, vision and life insurance plans. Or coverage that would reimburse tuition and other expenses, if you got sick and had to leave school.

Follow these easy steps to buy an Aetna Student Health insurance plan through your college or university:

1

Find your school

2

Review the plans and discounts

3

Enroll

*Fully insured student health insurance plans are underwritten by Aetna Life Insurance Company (ALIC) and administered by Chickering Claims Administrators, Inc. (CCA). Self-insured plans are funded by the applicable school, with claims administration services provided by Chickering Claims Administrators, Inc. Aetna Student HealthSM is the brand name for products and services provided by ALIC and CCA and their applicable affiliated companies.

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