The status of your claims can be viewed by logging into MyAccountand selecting the “View Claims” link for the status of both completed and in progress claims. The most recent 120 days of claims status is also available from the UHCSR app. Other claims and billing questions can be directed to UHCSR customer service.
All students are required to have some form of health insurance that meets the minimum essential coverage standards of the Affordable Care Act.
Therefore, all students enrolled in one or more credit hours in a degree-seeking or financial aid eligible certificate program are required to have insurance and are automatically billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan. If you have a comparable insurance plan, you may qualify to waive the Student Health Insurance Plan.
You can waive out of the student insurance plan by filling out an insurance waiver. Your personal insurance must meet all of the requirements to be approved. Waivers must be submitted each semester before the stated deadlines.
Students who are enrolled in one or more credits in a degree seeking or certain financial aid eligible certificate programs who meet the following criteria are eligible to late enroll in the student health insurance plan:
Experienced a qualifying life event (losing other coverage) and can provide the date and proof of that qualifying life event
Please note that proof of qualifying life events must be dated within 30 days of the enrollment date AND proof of loss of coverage on another plan is required in the form of a Certificate of Credible Coverage showing the coverage termination date.
All students enrolled in one or more credit
hours in a degree-seeking or financial
aid eligible certificate program are required to have
insurance. As a result, all students taking one or more credit hours are
automatically be enrolled in and billed for the Student Health Insurance
Plan at the start of the Fall and Spring semesters.
you get to the waiver portal, you will simply select the “opt-in” option and
follow the prompts to activate your coverage and have access to your insurance
information on the effective date of the current semester (Fall: August 1st,
Spring: January 1st)
All students enrolled in one or more credit hours in a degree-seeking or financial aid eligible certificate program are required to have insurance.
All CU Anschutz Medical Campus students are eligible to enroll in the student dental plan with the exception of most funded PhD students in the Graduate School who are already provided an alternate plan.
PhD students on the Anschutz Medical Campus are automatically enrolled in the Anthem BlueCross BlueShield Dental Plan if they are in a qualifying program and enrolled on the student health insurance plan. The following programs are automatically enrolled in the Anthem BCBS Dental Plan as a stipend benefit of their program:
An ID Card from UnitedHealthcare StudentResources (UHCSR) is available in My Account. In an effort to “Go Green”, a physical ID card will not automatically be mailed to you. You will need to take one of the following actions to access your ID Card.
To obtain your ID Card information through the UHSR mobile app:
Download the app, which is available on the Apple App Store and on Google Play. Download it by searching for UHCSR.
To obtain your ID Card information via the My Account website:
You can waive the student health insurance plan by completing and submitting an insurance waiver in the waiver portal. Your personal insurance must meet all the requirements to be approved. Waivers must be submitted each semester before the stated deadlines.
The deadline to apply for a waiver varies by semester.
The waiver form must be submitted each semester (once for Fall and once for Spring/Summer).
It takes up to five business days for the charge to drop off of your student account after a successful waiver submission. If you experience a delay longer than this, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Please note that appeals are reviewed on a case by case basis and all extenuating factors will need to be addressed when submitting as the appeal decision is final and only based on the information submitted by the student.