University Health Service

Uninsured? Get Help to Enroll in Health Insurance 2017

Students who need health insurance can get personalized help on campus to determine eligibility and enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace (healthcare.gov) or in Healthy Michigan Medicaid. Take advantage of this opportunity because the deadline to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace (healthcare.gov) is January 31, 2017.

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U-M students, do you need health insurance?

Students who need health insurance can get help on campus to sign-up. This is especially important because the deadline to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace (healthcare.gov) is January 31, 2017.

Students can get personalized help from trained counselors to determine eligibility and enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace (healthcare.gov) or in Healthy Michigan Medicaid.

Dates for individualized help sessions are:



Tuition Insurance

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. Purchase deadline for Winter semester: January 10, 2017. 


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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