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Information about low-cost health insurance designed for community college students is available through the web links provided below. Students interested in obtaining health insurance are encouraged to read through the material, determine which options are most suitable for their specific needs, and make their own selection. Because the needs and circumstances of each student are different, Student Health Services cannot make specific health insurance plan recommendations.
The Health Fee paid by credit-enrolled students at SRJC is not health insurance coverage, and does not bill health insurance companies for any services provided in our health centers. Students are strongly encouraged to obtain health insurance coverage as a part of meeting their overall healthcare needs.
Health Insurance Information
Student Insurance USA www.studentinsuranceusa.com/ is a special, voluntary, health insurance program designed specifically for community college students that carry a minimum of six credits per semester and is sponsored by the Community College League of California (CCLC). Information about CCLC sponsored dental insurance can be found at www.dentalclubone.com/cclcmember or download the brochure (PDF: 306KB).
Benefits Café www.benefitscafe.com/college/ is a site aimed at college students and other young adults who are looking for health insurance, but don’t know which plan is right for them. Students can find basic insurance information and advice on how to select an insurance policy here.
Student & Intercollegiate Athletic Accident Insurance Plan
Student accident insurance is provided by Santa Rosa Junior College to registered students in the event of an accident or injury during college sponsored and supervised activities. It may help to cover medical bills incurred by injured students and athletes. There are benefit limitations and some exclusions in the policy, so it is important to work with the Student Health Services staff to insure optimum coverage. Students enrolled at Santa Rosa Junior College, and children using the officially designated childcare facility on campus, are covered by the student accident insurance plan. If you are injured on campus:
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