University Health Service

Health insurance plans for UM students

U-M students may be eligible for the following plans:

Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan:
Available to U-M students enrolled in classes (or between semesters) and their dependents.

U-M International Student and Scholar Health Insurance Plan:
Certain international students are eligible for and required to enroll in this plan unless they have health insurance that meets the University's minimum requirements.

Exclusively for Graduate Student Instructors, Graduate Student Staff Assistants, Graduate Student Research Assistants, benefit-eligible fellowship holders and medical school students.

How the Affordable Care Act Affects U-M Students:
Students who do not have health insurance may be eligible for Medicaid or for help purchasing a plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Tuition Insurance:
This insurance refunds tuition and University Housing costs in case a student must withdraw from the University due to physical or psychological reasons. For about the cost of a textbook, you can protect your financial investment for the entire academic year. 

Travel Abroad Health Insurance:
Students, faculty and staff from all U-M campuses who travel abroad for University-related purposes must have U-M Travel Abroad Health Insurance. It is also available for personal/leisure travel.

UHS Prepaid Plan:
Not an insurance policy but a prepaid plan for access to UHS services.

For Alumni:

As a service to its members, the U-M Alumni Association offers several types of insurance coverage. 

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