Student Health Insurance
Mandatory Health Insurance Fee
All registered undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours, including off campus students taking Internet courses are automatically enrolled into The Student Health Insurance Plan at registration. The premium cost ($1014.00 per semester) will be posted to your bill.
Health Insurance Fee Waiver
All registered undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours covered by other comparable health insurance, may decline the Coppin State University student health insurance by completing an Online Waiver form in the Fall 2023 beginning August 15, 2023 and Spring 2024 beginning January 9, 2024. For your waiver request to be considered, you must complete this form by the waiver deadline of September 28, 2023 for Fall 2023 semester and February 22, 2024 for Spring 2024 semester. If you are experiencing a problem with the waiver site, call (410) 951-3958, prior to the deadline date. Once the waiver request is reviewed, students will be notified via email whether their waiver request has been approved or denied. Print the email and keep as waiver proof for your records. Waivers will not be accepted after the deadline. If you do not waive out of the health insurance by the deadline date, the premium cost ($1014.00 per semester) for this plan will remain, non-refundable on your tuition bill.
International students will be automatically and remain enrolled into the University insurance coverage.
All graduate and undergraduate students with dependents may elect to purchase this plan on a voluntary basis on the Online Enrollment page.
Again, the online waiver request must be received and approved by September 28, 2023 for Fall 2023 semester and February 22, 2024 for Spring 2024 semester or the premium will remain, non-refundable on the tuition bill.
You must complete a waiver for each semester, spring and fall.
Students with limited out of area coverage or otherwise inadequate coverage are urged to carefully review their insurance options before applying to waive the university's sponsored student insurance plan.
Adequate health insurance coverage is defined as medical insurance benefits that provide:
- Both in-patient hospitalization and out-patient primary care in the Baltimore area. This includes doctor visits, specialist, radiology, and laboratory services. An out of state HMO may not provide benefits unless it is a true medical emergency; and
- Coverage in force throughout the academic year when attending Coppin State University.
Community Health Center
We encourage you to visit the Community Health Center located on the campus for health services because there are no co-pays required.
Community Health Center
2601 West North Avenue
Health and Human Services Building, Suite 131
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
Should you have additional questions, please email the Community Health Center at Healthcenter@coppin.edu