Health Insurance - Domestic Students

2016-2017

The University of St. Thomas no longer offers a student health insurance plan.  Full-time, degree-seeking students are no longer required to complete Health Insurance Verification in Murphy Online each fall.

As a result of the Affordable Care Act, all students are required to have health insurance coverage.  Most St. Thomas students can obtain coverage through age 26 under health care policies purchased by their parents.  Students who do not have health insurance may purchase policies through a Health Insurance Exchange/Marketplace.

The Affordable Care Act provides tax credits and subsidies for qualified individuals to help pay for insurance purchased in the Marketplace.

In some states, the Marketplace is run by the state.  In others it is run by the federal government.  MNsure is the Marketplace where Minnesotans can shop, compare and choose health insurance coverage that meets their needs.

How to Select a Plan

Health Insurance Resources

  • MNsure is a marketplace where Minnesotans can shop, compare and choose health insurance coverage that meets their needs. MNsure is the only place where consumers can qualify for financial help either through federal tax credits or through MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance.  Free assistance with enrollment is available.
  • Portico Healthnet is a nonprofit health and human services organization that helps uninsured Minnesotans access affordable health coverage and care.
  • Use the MNsure Glossary to become familiar with terms commonly used in the health insurance marketplace.  

Students Enrolled in the SAS Health Insurance Plan for 2015-2016

See SAS Health Insurance Plan Information.

Questions?
Please contact the UST Student Health Insurance Office at 651-962-6752 or stuhealthins@stthomas.edu.

University Disclaimer
All claims disputes are between the insured and the insurance company. The University of St. Thomas is not responsible for unpaid claims.