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Health Insurance

Health Insurance Requirement

Every full-time Florida State University student must show proof of comparable health insurance prior to registration once each year.

Health Insurance Subsidy for Graduate Assistants and Fellows

Select graduate assistants and fellows will be provided a health insurance subsidy towards the purchase of the university sponsored health insurance plan. The subsidy will be disbursed by semester (fall; spring/summer).

Click here for the NEW 2013-2014 Health Insurance Subsidy Eligibility Information Sheet (pdf 56.24 kB)

Click here for 2013-2014 Plan Changes (pdf 66.01 kB)

Click here for the Health Insurance Estimator (Excel required) (vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet 106.81 kB)

Initial Eligibility

  • Qualifying Graduate Assistants (Teaching, Research)
  • Qualifying Fellows (McKnight, Gubernatorial, and Auzenne Fellows)
  • Must be enrolled for a minimum of 9 graduate credit hours.

University Sponsored Health Insurance

For information on cost, coverage, how and when to enroll for the university sponsored health insurance visit the Student Heath and Wellness Center's insurance website.

Enrollment

Open enrollment for the Summer-only (for the end of the current insurance year) and Fall-only plans for the upcoming year always open on March 2nd.

Contact Information

For information about health insurance coverage contact the Student Heath and Wellness Center's Insurance Office at 644-4250. For information about the health insurance subsidy for graduate assistants and fellowship holders contact The Graduate School, 644-3501, gradschool@fsu.edu.

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