“When Quinnipiac University recently switched to a health insurance provider their members got nearly $4 million in savings.” Read about the advantages of having your student’s health insurance through your university.
What is QuiPP?
QuiPP is a student health insurance program that provides coverage for students at Quinnipiac University. The program is open to all full-time Quinnipiac students who are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours. Coverage begins on the first day of classes for the term and covers the cost of medical and hospital expenses, including coverage for unexpected illnesses and accidents. To apply for QuiPP, visit quinnipiac.edu/health or call 203-582-6688.
How to Apply
If you are a Quinnipiac student and need health insurance, there are a few ways to apply. You can go to the Quinnipiac Student Health Insurance website or speak to a counselor in Garden City Hall about applying.
The Quinnipiac University School of Medicine is committed to ensuring the accuracy and completeness of all student health information. To facilitate this, we have implemented a verification process for all online student health information. This verification process includes a review of all submitted documents by a member of our admissions staff and a review of any missing or incomplete data by our medical records staff. If any discrepancies are found between the information provided online and the medical records, we will contact the student to resolve the issue. The purpose of this process is to ensure the accuracy and completeness of all student health information.
All students at Quinnipiac University are required to have health insurance. The university offers a variety of plans to choose from, and any student who does not have health insurance can purchase it through the university’s Student Health Insurance Office (SHIO). There are a few things that you will need in order to apply for health insurance through Quinnipiac: your ID card, a current transcript, and your proof of financial aid. SHIO accepts many forms of valid identification, so there is no need to worry about what type of ID you have. To apply for health insurance through Quinnipiac, you will first need to visit the SHIO office on campus. The office is open fromMonday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. You will then need to fill out an application and provide the aforementioned documentation. SHIO may contact you for additional information after your application iscomplete, but they do not generally require reapplication if all the necessary paperwork is submitted on time. Once you have applied and been accepted into a policy through Quinnipiac University’s Student Health Insurance Office, you will be responsible for paying the premium every month. The amount of the premium depends on the type of policy that
Student health insurance plans are available through Quinnipiac. Insurance coverage for students includes hospitalization, emergency room visits, doctor visits, prescriptions and more.
Important Insurance Terms
If you’re looking for important terms when it comes to health insurance, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog section, we’ll be discussing some of the most common insurance terms and their definitions. Keep reading to get started!
Insuring Part of Undergraduate Enrollment or Full Enrollment
Quinnipiac University students have the opportunity to purchase health insurance through the university. The plan, which is called Quinnipiac University Student Health Insurance, covers hospitalizations and covered services for an entire academic year. The cost of coverage is $932 per year. Students can elect to cover full or part of their undergraduate enrollment. Coverage begins on the first day of classes in the fall semester and ends at the end of summer term in the spring semester. There are a few exclusions, but the policy provides comprehensive coverage for students. Students who register for at least eight credits per semester are automatically enrolled in the health insurance plan. Graduate students can also purchase coverage if they register for at least six credits per semester. All students enrolled full-time are automatically enrolled in health insurance regardless of credit load. Additionally, any student who has been sponsored by Quinnipiac University Health Services and has had satisfactory health insurance from their prior institution is automatically enrolled in Quinnipiac University Student Health Insurance. The Quinnipiac University Student Health Insurance plan offers comprehensive coverage for students at a value price, making it a great option for undergraduate and graduate students alike.
Deductibles and Copays
If you have health insurance through Quinnipiac University, you may be wondering what are some of the deductible and copay amounts. Below is a quick guide to help you better understand how these amounts work and when they might apply to you. Deductible Amount: The first dollar of medical expenses that you pay out-of-pocket each year for yourself or your family is called your deductible. The cost of your medical services that exceed this amount are then treated as a medical expense and are therefore not subject to any out-of-pocket costs. Copay Amount: If you Health Plan offers copays, these are dollar amounts that you must pay each time that you receive service from a doctor, hospital, or other healthcare provider. Copays can vary depending on the type of services that you need and the plan that you have. If You Have maternity coverage: Maternity coverage is one area in which Quinnipiac University shines. For students who become pregnant, Quinnipiac offers several different types of maternity plans with generous benefits like no copays for a 60 day waiting period and no pre-existing condition exclusions. Plus, most plans also include a high deductible (at