Effective 8/14/15, UAA will no longer be sponsoring a student health insurance plan except for UAA International Students, and Graduate Students who are RA's or TA's on a stipend, or Graduates starting their first year at UAA who are in the WWAMI Program.
International Students can obtain insurance through LewerMark to meet the University of Alaska Anchorage requirements.
The Student Health and Counseling Center will continue to file claims for Blue Cross Blue Shield plans, and LewerMark, on behalf of the student, for services rendered at the health center. Please make the insurance card available upon check-in.
A student may submit a claim to their insurance companies other than Blue Cross Blue Shield or LewerMark, with billing information provided by the Student Health and Counseling Center.
UAA continues to remain a voluntary enrollment campus regarding the purchase of health insurance for all students except for International students and some healthcare programs.
The Student Health and Counseling Center provides quality, accessible, convenient,
and affordable healthcare to all eligible students.
Call us today for your healthcare needs (907) 786-4040.
For information on obtaining a separate policy, see the Health Insurance Options below.
Affordable Care Act
The Marketplace offers lower health insurance premiums for Alaskans within certain income levels. By creating an account and applying for lower cost premiums, you will be able to compare and purchase health insurance plans that meet your needs.
You can sign up for insurance online at www.HealthCare.Gov or by calling 1-800-318-2596. Assistance available 24 hours/day.
Special enrollment is offered to those who have discontinued coverage after being
covered under parents insurance.
Navigators are available to help you. Contact information below:
Providence Health (907) 212-4017 during Open Enrollment or
call 1-800-478-2221 anytime.
United Way call 211 or www.getcoveredalaska.org
Anchorage Neighborhood Health (907) 743-7220
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (729-7777)
If you are an IHS beneficiary or live in rural Alaska they can help you navigate the exemption or help you determine what insurance might be right for you.
More information available:
- Affordable Care Act and Insurance Exchange info available through the Consortium Library.
- The Kaiser Family Foundation provides an online marketplace calculator based on your income.
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