CAS Insurance Waiver Form
Trinity requires that each student enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) be covered by health and accident insurance. Therefore, the account of each CAS student who registers is automatically charged for the comprehensive insurance UNLESS the following criteria are met:
- You are covered under your parents’ insurance (single students) or under group insurance provided to you by your or your spouse’s employer, or have medical assistance AND
- You submit the below waiver form by Friday September 11, 2015. You should notify the Health and Wellness Center immediately if your insurance changes even if you will still have private coverage.
This is a link to the waiver form is located here CAS Student Waiver Form
All students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) are automatically enrolled in the Trinity Washington University student health insurance plan offered by Cigna. The annual premium of $1,036 is automatically charged to your student account. This amount is in addition to the $250 for the Health Fee stated above. Your total cost of insurance and benefits is $1,286. If you are covered under another comparable health insurance plan, you can waive the university-sponsored student health insurance plan by completing the waiver that provides proof of coverage by another health insurance provider. The waiver deadline is Friday, September 11th, 2015. Click here to complete the Student Health Insurance Waiver Form.
Before you waive:
We strongly recommend that you check with your insurance provider to assure continued health insurance coverage while at Trinity, specifically for diagnostic testing (lab work and x-rays) and referrals to specialists. There have been some incidences with high-deductible plans, out-of-state Medicaid plans, and HMOs that have hindered students trying to access healthcare from local community resources.
A note about HMOs: Some HMOs offer guest membership plans which provide healthcare benefits to continue at the same level when away from home. Please contact your HMO insurance provider to find out if this option is available.