University Health Service

U-M students, do you need health insurance?

U-M offers a low-cost, comprehensive, voluntary health insurance plan for U-M students. Cost for an individual student is $1,865 per year (Aug 24, 2017-Aug 23, 2018). Deadline for purchase has been extended to Saturday, September 30, 2017.

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Tuition Insurance 2016-17

If you purchased Tuition Insurance for 2016-17, the following information is for you.

If you want to purchase Tuition Insurance for 2017-18, please note that it is no longer available. 


This insurance plan protects against significant financial loss if students are unable to complete a term due to illness (physical or psychological). For a very reasonable cost, you can protect your financial investment for the entire academic year. 

This page provides highlights of the plan. Details are available online or in brochures. 


Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan 2017-18

Here are highlights of the 2017-18 plan, which is available for purchase by U-M students who are enrolled in classes or between terms. Extended deadline for purchase is Sept 30, 2017. 

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How the Affordable Care Act Affects U-M Students

Do you need health insurance? The Affordable Care Act requires individuals to have health insurance. Open enrollment through the Health Insurance Marketplace is now closed but this page can help you learn about your options.

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UHS Prepaid Plan

U-M students between semesters and recent alumni, among others, are eligible to purchase a Prepaid Plan for access to UHS services.

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