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By clicking the online waiver link below, the student acknowledges that he/she read and understands the information listed below.
All international students (F1 or J1 visa) are required to purchase the student insurance.
Your student account has been billed a non-refundable fee for the student insurance.
If a waiver is completed by January 31, 2013, and is approved, the insurance charge will be removed from your student account.
Read carefully before you decide to waive participation in the University insurance plan:
Many plans may not offer adequate coverage within the High Point/Greensboro/Winston-Salem area. Please check with your insurance company that there are network providers in this region. If you have an out-of-state plan, local providers may be considered out of network and will be reimbursed at a lower rate. If your out-of-state plan is an HMO, you may only have coverage in the event of a true emergency (many illnesses or injuries would not be covered).
Prior to completing an insurance waiver, we strongly recommend that you review the Student Insurance plan options available at
Submitting a waiver request:
You will need information from your medical insurance card to complete the waiver.
Your waiver request must be completed in its entirety. Failure to do so may result in a non-refundable billing for the student insurance plan for the current plan year.
You may not make changes or re-enter the waiver once it is submitted.
Non-resident alien students holding a J-1 or F-1 visa are not eligible for a waiver and should not complete the waiver process (any waivers approved will be subsequently reversed).
Immediately after completion of the waiver, you will receive an email confirmation of approval or denial.
Please print the email confirmation for your records.
You must submit a waiver request on line upon entry to the University and each subsequent fall semester during your tenure at High Point University. If you are beginning your studies at High Point University during the spring semester, you will be required to complete another waiver prior to registering for the following fall semester.
Insurance must be continuous throughout your tenure at High Point University. If after you have submitted your waiver request your insurance plan changes or is dropped, you are required to report this change to the Student Health Center immediately.
If you received a denial for your insurance plan and you feel it is in error, you may send an appeal of the denial by sending an email to
. with confirmation that your insurance meets the standards of the University. All appeals must be received prior to the end of the first 2 weeks of the semester. If your appeal is accepted, you will receive an email of your insurance acceptance.
The waiver period for your school has not started or it has already ended. Please contact your school for more information.