Health Insurance Referral
Your health and finances are two of the most critical things in your life. Although the University does not require that each student have health insurance, we do believe that it is very important.
Many of the students of Hodges University have medical coverage through their employers. However, if this is not the case for you, we would encourage you consider establishing an insurance policy to assist you meet the financial demands of medical emergencies.
Hodges University has compared and discussed health insurance options with several companies, and we recommend that you consider one of these two options: The Florida College System Student Insurance Plan or Short Term Coverage through Assurant.
The Florida College System Student Insurance Plans are designed to offer cost effective comprehensive accident and sickness major medical benefits for college students and their dependents.
This plan is available to both domestic and international students on a voluntary basis.
To view the plan options, rates and enroll online, please go to www.academicinsurancesolutions.com
and select Hodges University.
With Assurant Health, students can choose an affordable plan that meets their financial and lifestyle needs: Health Access Limited Benefit Plan, Health Insurance for Individuals and Families, or Short-Term Medical Insurance. Connect to Assurant Health here.
For more information about the convenience and security of the Florida College System Student Insurance Plan or the Assurant Health Short Term Medical , contact:
Angela Black, Agent
Phone: (888) 776-9920 ext. 1
To enroll visit: www.academicinsurancesolutions.com
, and select Hodges University
Policy: Hodges University does not offer insurance to students. A recommendation of a reliable insurance agency will be offered to interested students; however, Hodges University takes no responsibility for ensuring any health insurance acceptance. Students are responsible for making contact with an agency, filling out individual claims, and for all medical bills they may incur. (Hodges University Student Handbook 2009-2011 online – page 54)