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Waiving out of your insurance (Domestic residence hall students and NYIT intercollegiate athletes only)
All NYIT students receive coverage for medical expenses incurred as a result of accidental bodily injury under the college's Plan 1 Basic Accident Medical Expense Benefit through Aetna Student Health. The cost of the accident policy is automatically charged to a student’s account with the Office of the Bursar each semester. Full-time students are covered 24 hours a day, worldwide. Part-time students are covered only while on any NYIT campus, or while participating in an activity sponsored by NYIT. The insurance is effective September 1, 2012 – August 31, 2013 for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Students receive their Aetna insurance card during the first 45 days of the semester to be used for accident claims only. If you need to file a claim prior to receiving a card, contact the Office of Wellness Services (OWS).
NYIT offers the Plan 2 Basic Sickness Medical Expense Benefit and Supplemental Accident and Sickness Medical Expense Benefit through Aetna Student Health. NYIT requires all international students holding an F-1/J-1 visa to carry the NYIT Plan 2 insurance. The cost of the health insurance is automatically charged to a student’s account each semester and is effective September 1, 2012 – August 31, 2013 for the 2012-2013 academic year.
All NYIT domestic students who live in the residence halls and NYIT intercollegiate athletic team members must have health insurance beyond accidental coverage. Students who do not have their own coverage will have the cost of the health insurance policy automatically charged to their student account each semester. Students who have their own insurance can waive out of the insurance until September 30, 2012 by following the steps below.
Residential Hall Students & Intercollegiate Athletes: Students can waive out of the health insurance ONLY on the Aetna Student Health Website by following the steps below:
During the insurance waiver process students will be asked the below questions. If the answer to any of these questions is no, the waiver will be denied. In addition, students are given one chance to waive at which point the waiver site is locked. Please ensure you have all of your insurance information with you and are able to complete the entire process in one sitting. If you have any issues with the insurance waiver site please call the office of wellness services.
Aetna Student Health Insurance Waiver Questions
Requirements to Waive
After these requirements are fulfilled students should allow 5-7 business days for the information to be processed on the Aetna Student Health Website. Only new incoming students are able to waive out of the insurance in the spring semester. Students who fail to waive out in the fall are unable to waive out in the spring and will be charged accordingly.
Plan 2 coverage is voluntary for full-time and part-time domestic commuter students, students are NOT automatically enrolled in Plan 2 and do not need to waive out of the insurance. Students interested in purchasing Plan 2 must do so through the Aetna Website www.Aetnastudenthealth.com. A full explanation of benefits, cost, enrollment, medical claims forms, and deadlines for enrollment are available at this site at the "Help Center" section. Interested commuter students can ONLY purchase the Aetna Plan 2 coverage directly from Aetna at Aetnastudenthealth.com. The deadline to purchase the insurance for commuter domestic students is September 30, 2012. Students can be placed on the insurance after September 30 if they experience a life changing event (such as losing a job) that changes their insurance status. In this instance, please contact the Office of Wellness Services at 516.686.7697.
Instructions to purchase insurance:
Students will receive their Aetna insurance card during the first 45 days of the semester to be used for filing sickness claims.
If you do not receive your card within 45 days of the semester start, please contact Aetna Student Health at 877.409.7358 to determine the status of your card delivery. After dialing please press 1 and then press 2 to speak to a representative. A valid US address must be on file with NYIT to obtain your card. Aetna Student Health provides translation services if requested.
If you need to use your benefits prior to receiving a card, in addition to contacting Aetna Student Health for your card, you may contact the Office of Wellness Services to obtain a temporary card.
If you have a question about a claim or bill please contact Aetna Student Health at 877.409.7358. If you need further assistance after speaking with Customer Service you may also contact the Office of Wellness Services.
Study Abroad Program Student Accident and Sickness Insurance
All students participating in a school sponsored study abroad program, and international students participating in a short term (less than a full semester) academic program coordinated by the Global Academic Exchange office or any other Academic office, will be enrolled in health insurance administered by HTH Worldwide. The cost of the health insurance policy will be automatically charged to your Bursar account. Eligible students should access www.hthstudents.com using the certificate number on the front of their HTH Worldwide medical insurance ID card to review comprehensive information and services relating to this plan. Participants can track claims, search for a doctor, view plan information, download claim forms and read health and security information
For more information, emaill the Office of Wellness Services at email@example.com. For immediate assistance during business hours, if unable to reach the OWS, please contact Counseling & Wellness Services at 516.686.7976 or 212.261.1770.