Student Health Insurance
For all students, good health is essential to achieving educational goals. Because maintaining good health requires access to health care when you need it, Georgetown University requires most students, according to registration criteria, to have health insurance.
Most full-time students in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students’ accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage.
Study Abroad Plan
Most students studying abroad under a Georgetown University sponsored program are required to enroll in the Study Abroad Plan.
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Plan
Most Center for Language Education and Development students are required to have health insurance coverage. A charge for the English as a Foreign Language Plan is posted to eligible students’ accounts, if they are not covered by a sponsor’s health plan.