Office of Student Health Insurance
Cordell Reed Student Union Building, Room 268-O
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
All registered undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours, graduate students
taking 9 or more credit hours, pharmacy students taking 12 or more credit hours and
doctoral students taking 6 or more credit hours are automatically enrolled into the
mandatory sickness and injury insurance through the university each semester. All
International students are required to purchase the insurance plan for the school
year. Part-time students taking 6-11 credit hours are eligible to enroll in this
The mandatory requirement applies to students who enroll full-time in all on-campus
courses or a combination of off-campus (Extension) and on-campus courses. Note that
students enrolled in all web/online courses are not charged for the insurance plan.
Students must complete and submit an online waiver or enrollment form each Fall and
Spring semester in which they are enrolled full-time.
IF YOU HAVE INSURANCE: Students who are adequately insured have the option of waiving out of the mandatory
health plan and having the charge removed from their tuition bills. Failure to submit
an online waiver or enrollment form by the deadline will obligate students to pay
the FT Student Insurance Premium coverage indicated on your tuition bill. If your
waiver is denied, you may provide proof of coverage to the Office of Student Health
Insurance for reconsideration.
IF YOU ARE NOT INSURED: Students who do not have insurance must purchase the mandatory insurance provided
through the university.
WHAT COVERAGE IS ACCEPTABLE: Adequate insurance must be provided through an acceptable health insurance underwriter
such as Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Cigna, to name a few, and
must be at least comparable in coverage to the plan provided through CSU. You may
review the plan offered by the university under “Find My School Plan” at http://www.uhcsr.com (hold down “Ctrl” key to click onto the link).
Clinic cards for Cook County Hospital, Board of Health, and State of Illinois Healthy
Women’s Clinic are among some of the types of health coverage that are not acceptable.
Health provisions must not be limited to specific facilities and must provide coverage
anywhere in the United States.
IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE INSURANCE: Students who wish to purchase the mandatory Student Injury and Sickness Insurance
Plan provided through the university must complete and submit an online enrollment
form to activate coverage as soon as possible. The period of coverage for Spring 2015
Semester regular 16-week session is January 12, 2015 through August 18, 2015. The
period of coverage for Spring 2015 Semester 12-week session is February 2, 2015 through
May 2, 2015.
TO SETTLE DISPUTES: You will receive a confirmation email at your CSU email account that your waiver
or enrollment form was accepted or denied. A copy of your confirmation email will
be required for any waiver/enrollment disputes. PLEASE NOTE: CSU reserves the right to reverse waivers that were originally approved.
Before a student can go online to waive out of or enroll into the mandatory insurance
plan, he/she must be enrolled full-time for at least 24-48 hours. This window of
time allows the Office of Student Health Insurance to retrieve your registration status
and upload it into the United Healthcare website.
As students names are uploaded into the insurance website, they will receive notification
through their CSU email account that they are then able to log-in to the website to
complete a waiver/enrollment form.
To submit the required waiver or enrollment form, place cursor on the link below,
hold down the “Ctrl” key then click to follow link.
The waiver/enrollment period for Spring 2015 Semester regular 16-week session is as
Begins: December 1, 2014
Ends: January 16, 2015 at Midnight
The waiver/enrollment period for Spring 2015 Semester special 12-week session is as
Begins: January 20, 2015
Ends: February 13, 2015 at 5:00 PM
The plan provided through Chicago State University is underwritten by United Healthcare
Insurance Company and is based on policy 2014-2363-1 for Spring 2015 Semester. The
plan brochure provides details of coverage including costs, benefits, exclusions,
any reductions or limitations and the terms under which coverage may remain in force.
Copies of the brochure are available to be viewed and/or downloaded by clicking onto
the following link http://www.uhcsr.com.
Part-time students who enroll in 6-11 credit hours of coursework will be allowed to
enroll into the student health insurance plan provided through the university on a
voluntary basis. However, you must contact the insurance provider directly, either
online or by phone, to enroll. Click the following link to enroll voluntarily http://www.uhcsr.com.
Eligible students who do enroll may also insure their Dependents. Eligible Dependents
are the spouse or domestic partner and unmarried children under 19 years of age, or
26 years of age if a full-time student attending any accredited institution of higher
learning and is not self supporting.
Students are NOT automatically charged for the insurance plan during the summer sessions.
Those who have purchased the insurance plan for the spring semester get a bonus and
are covered for the summer, as well. However, anyone who needs health insurance
during the summer and enrolls in at least 6 credit hours for the summer may purchase
the insurance. Contact the Office of Student Health Insurance for more information
If you have additional questions or concerns, contact the Office of Student Health
Cordell Reed Student Union Building, Room 268-O, 773-995-4533.
- The online waiver/enrollment period for Spring 2015 16-week semester ends on January
16, 2015 at midnight.
- The waiver/enrollment period for Spring 2015 12-week semester ends February 13, 2015
at 5:00 p.m.
- Failure to submit an online waiver or enrollment form by the deadline will obligate
students to pay the FT student insurance coverage and accept coverage.
- You must complete and submit a waiver/enrollment form each Fall and Spring semester
that you are enrolled full time.
- You must register into your classes at least 24-48 hours before you are able to go
online to waive out of or enroll into the plan.
- To buy insurance, you must submit an enrollment form to activate coverage as soon
- If your waiver is denied, you may provide proof of coverage to the Office of Student
Insurance for reconsideration.
- A confirmation email will be required for any waiver or enrollment dispute.
- All international students are required to purchase this insurance plan for the school
- Part-time students taking 6-11 credit hours may participate in the plan on a voluntary
Closed on Weekends.