Seattle University bills a mandatory health insurance fee to all full-time undergraduate students. Students who are already insured may request to have this fee waived by completing the Acceptance/Waiver Form online at the Wells Fargo Waiver page. If you should have problems completing the online form then please contact the Student Health Center. Please see the Student Handbook (pg. 35) for a full description of the mandatory "tight waiver" undergraduate student health insurance policy. Waiver deadline is the last day of ADD/DROP for any students first Full-Time quarter each year.
If you are a Part-Time Undergraduate, Graduate or Law student and are interested in enrolling in the insurance, you may do so by following this link to the Wells Fargo Student Health Insurance page and selecting your status on the menu to the left. If you have questions regarding the enrollment process, please contact Wells Fargo at 1 (800) 853-5899.
2013-2014 Full-Time Undergraduate Brochure
2013-2014 Part-Time Undergraduate, Graduate and Law Brochure
Please note that if you are enrolled in the Full-time/Part-time Undergraduate, Graduate or Law Insurance plan, the Student Health Center is your primary care provider. If you have established care with an outside provider, and would like to continue seeing them you will be subject to the $100 deductible which is explained in the insurance brochure (please see above). We cannot write an outside referral for services that are offered here in our office.
If you are treated in the Student Health Center and you need to be referred to a specialist you will be given a referral outside of the clinic and the 100.00 will be waived. No retroactive referrals will be written for students that do not come to the Student Health Center first. It is the student's responsibility to check if provider is in or out of network.**
Insurance ID cards ahve been sent to students who have enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan through United Healthcare for the 2013-2014 school year. Cards were mailed at the beginning of September to the address supplied to the University by the student. If you have yet to receive your card, you can access your ID card on the United Healthcare Student Resources page 24/7 via My Account. If you already have a user ID and password, you can print your card or request to have one sent to you. Just log in and click the ID Card Information link in the Policy Information section. If you don't have a user ID and password yet, you can create your account by providing your name, date of birth and email address. You may also call UHCSR at 1 (800) 767-0700 for assistance in setting up your My Account. You may also access My Account on your smartphone at https://my.uhcsr.com.
Insurance reimbursement for any fees incurred for services is the responsibility of the student. If you are a student insured under the Undergraduate, Graduate, Part Time or Law student health insurance plan, you do NOT need to submit a claim form; simply send any receipts and medical bills with your name and medical Identification number found on your medical ID card to the Claims Administrator for processing. Refer to your Student Health Insurance brochure for information on the Claims Administrator.
If current undergraduate students do not have health insurance coverage of their own, coverage is provided under the 2013-2014 Student Health Insurance Domestic Plan. This PDF document outlines the details of the plan. Further inquiries can be made through Wells Fargo Insurance Services at 800.853.5899
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International Insurance Claim Form
International students MUST still submit a claim form with all receipts.
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Student Health Center 1111
East Columbia Street, #107Seattle, WA 98122
206.296.6300 Fax email@example.comClinic Hours Mon-Fri: 7:00am-5:00pm Closed Saturday, Sunday and all University observed
holidays. Appointments will only be made in person or over the phone.
The SHC is located in Bellarmine Hall - Rm #108.
Hours Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-4:30pm. Friday, 8:30am-3pm. Closed
from 12:30-1:15 daily for lunch.