Notification of University Mandate
Georgetown University (GU) requires most students in a degree progam (that is not primarily online who are registered for purposes other than enabling plan eligibility) to enroll in the Premier Plan unless proof of other coverage that meets the University's requirements is satisfied. A charge for the Premier Plan is placed on eligible students' accounts. Such eligible students include:
- Undergraduates registered and billed for 9 or more credit hours;
- Law or Graduate students registered and billed for 8 or more credit hours;
- Resident Thesis Research students; and
- Medical Students.
Eligible students are mandated coverage only once per academic year, at the beginning of the first academic term in which they are first eligible. Eligible students receive a charge on their student account for their applicable Term of Coverage and corresponding Premium Rate. Once an eligible student is enrolled, the coverage remains in effect for the remainder of the Plan Year, through 8/14/2019. The Premier Plan is underwritten by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company and designed specifically for GU students.
The Premium Rate - including an administrative fee up to $75, Terms of Coverage dates, and applicable Open Enrollment Period dates are below. Fall acceptances also apply to any 2017-2018 Early Summer Arrival Premier Plan charge and related terms of coverage for incoming students. Prorated refunds are not granted.
Fall 2018-2019 Plan Year:
Term of Coverage: 8/15/2018 - 8/14/2019
Applicable Open Enrollment Period: Late June - September 15, 2018
- $2,905 per student
- $5,810 per student and spouse or student and one child
- $8,715 per student and two or more children
- $8,715 per student, spouse, and one child
- $11,620 per student, spouse, and two or more children
Late Enrollment Notification
After Open Enrollment, only eligible students who then enter the University, become involuntarily ineligible by their employer group plan due to age or job status, or terminate their annual coverage at the end of their plan year during their Open Enrollent Period are permitted to purchase the Premier Plan. Students and their eligible dependents that have become involuntarily terminated by their group employer plan due to age or job status or terminated at the end of their Plan Year may enroll in the Premier Plan within 31 days of their termination.
In addition, students who wish to enroll eligible dependents after the applicable Open Enrollment Period must do so within 31 calendar days of acquiring a new dependent through a qualifying event. Contact the GU Student Health Insurance Office to obtain the proper forms and instructions for such mid-year enrollments. Part-time students who are enrolled for less than 9 credit hours are not eligible to purchase the Premier Plan except Law and Graduate students who are enrolled for at least 8 credit hours and resident thesis research students.
E-mail the GU Student Health Insurance Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, to obtain the proper forms, pro-rated premium, and instructions for such mid-year enrollments. Include your GUID# that begins with an "8" in your e-mail.
enrollment and address activation
Prompt submission of an acceptance election will help to ensure that your name is sent to the insurance carrier early in the term, which enables your medical and prescription benefits to be activated early. If an acceptance election is not received, submission of your name to the insurance carrier will be delayed, but your applicable effective date will remain unchanged.
Please be sure to keep your address(es) on file in the Registrar's Office current. The local address you have on file when your Open Enrollment Period ends will be the final address given to the insurance company and will be the address to which claim information is sent. If you do not have a local address on file, then your permanent address will be used. If you change your address after your Open Enrollment, contact the Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Student Health & Special Risk insurance agency at gallagherstudent.com with the change of address.
Student Agreement When Accepting the Premier Plan Coverage (SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT PROVISIONS)
I accept the UnitedHealthcare Premier Plan Designed for GU students. I understand that the premium for coverage is or will be included on my student account. I also understand that the term of coverage is in effect as of 12:01 A.M. of the applicable effective date of coverage indicated above through 11:59 P.M. on August 14, 2018. I understand that I must actively attend classes as an eligible student for at least 31 days after the effect date of coverage; otherwise, I will become ineligible and my premium will be refunded.
I also understand and agree that partial refunds are not granted, even if I purchase other insurance for myself and/or for my dependents after Open Enrollment.
I understand that the submission of an acceptance to Student Health Insurance indicates agreement to the Terms and Conditions for Accepting the 2018-2019 Premier Plan. In addition, a Fall 2018 acceptance also indicates acceptance to the 2017-2018 Early Arrival Premier Plan, if mandated and charged, and is subject to applicable Student Code of Conduct Provisions.