Student Health Insurance

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Roseman University of Health Sciences’ students are required to obtain adequate health insurance coverage while they are enrolled in their program, except students in the following categories:


  • Students enrolled in the College of Nursing who have successfully completed their clinical component of the program, who only need to satisfy didactic (i.e., on-line and/or classroom instruction only) requirements to graduate.


  • Students enrolled in the College of Pharmacy who only need to satisfy didactic (i.e., classroom instruction only) requirements to progress to the next academic year or to graduate.


  • Students enrolled in the College of Dental Medicine who only need to satisfy didactic (i.e., classroom instruction only) requirements to progress to the next academic year or to graduate.


  • Students who are only enrolled in College of Graduate Studies programs and who are not enrolled in any other Roseman University program.

Any student that does not fall into one of the categories listed above must have continuous adequate health insurance coverage that meets Roseman’s minimum health insurance requirements from the date of enrollment through graduation, regardless of whether the student’s academic schedules include classroom instruction or participation in clinical rotations.

Students who are required to have health insurance coverage must meet the minimum program requirements of the student health insurance plan selected by the University. The minimum requirements can be found below in the Waiving section. Additional information on the process to request to use a student’s personal insurance coverage rather than purchasing the student health insurance plan selected by the University (i.e., waiver) can also be found in that section. Waivers are required every year regardless if one is already on file from the previous year. Students who do not meet the required deadlines, will be billed and responsible for the full cost of the health insurance premium.  The University does not provide student health insurance coverage. Rather, the university works with a third-party broker.

Student Health Insurance Disclaimer

It is a student’s responsibility to comply with the Roseman University student health insurance policies and to know the beginning and end dates of her/his health insurance coverage.  If your health insurance policy has expired and you are not required to maintain health insurance while you are enrolled in the University, Roseman recommends that you obtain health insurance coverage that meets your needs. While you are encouraged to find a health insurance plan that works best for you, the following plan from Relation is an option for extended coverage* for you to consider:

Click on Get a Quote under Individual/Family Health Plans (near the bottom) and enter your information.

Students needing a Form 1095C for tax purposes must send their request to our broker at 1-800-537-1777 or

Cancelling the Student Health Insurance Plan

Please note that once enrolled, the policy will last through July 31 of the following year. If a student enrolls in the student health insurance plan and is enrolled for longer than 31 days, no refunds are given if the plan is cancelled (due to the student gaining other eligible insurance coverage). Refunds are given for students who withdraw from their program/the university within 31 days of the effective date of coverage (not the first day of classes) and who do not use the plan before withdrawing.

Student Health Insurance Information

Period of Coverage: August 1, 2022 – July 31, 2023

The Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) is an option for students who have no other insurance and choose not to enroll in another plan that meets the minimum insurance requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to purchase health insurance to meet their needs; however, the insurance must meet the minimum insurance requirements:

  • Coverage must be continuous (no break or termination) for the entire academic year
  • Coverage must be ACA (Affordable Care Act) compliant
  • Maximum benefit must be unlimited
  • Deductible must be $6,850 or less per person, per policy year

Note: This Student Health Insurance Plan is medical insurance only-no vision or dental are included.

Plan Details 2022-2023

Sponsored by: United Healthcare Student Resources
Plan: UHC Choice Plus (this is a PPO network)
Insurance Broker: Relation Insurance

To find an in-network health care provider close to you, call (800) 767-0700 or visit When you go to this link:

  1.                   Click on “FIND PROVIDERS” and select “Medical,” “Behavioral” or “Dental.”
  2.                   You can change your zip code, and search by name, specialty, facility, medical group or category.
  3.                   Click “Search.

For  benefits or claims questions, contact UnitedHealthcare Customer Service: 1-800-767-0700 or

For enrollment questions, contact Relation Insurance (formerly Ascension Customer Service): 1-800-537-1777 or email:

For general insurance questions:

ID Cards

Temporary insurance ID cards are available within two weeks after your classes begin. To access your temporary ID card (and or request a permanent one), create a UHC online account (link).

  • Type in your First, Last Name, and Date of Birth.
  • Type in the email address (Roseman or personal).
  • If you successfully enter this information, continue to answer questions on next screens
  • If you receive an error, please call Relation Customer Service at: 1-800-537-1777
  • Once you successfully create your account, login and click on the left navigation to “Access/Print My ID Card”
  • Print your temporary card for immediate use.

If you would like a permanent card, you can request for one to be mailed to you; however, note the address we have on file for you. If this has changed, please complete a Contact Update Form and submit it to the Registrar’s Office (submission options are on the form) so that your address can be updated with the University. Note on your request that you would like your address also updated with the Insurance Broker.

Notes on Coverage of a Flu Shot

Flu shots are covered by SHIP; however, do note how pharmacies code the billing of the flu shot may vary, sometimes they are coded as prescription benefits and sometimes as medical benefits for processing. If you are told that your student insurance does not cover the flu shot by a particular location, please call the customer service line on the back of your student insurance card so that UHCSR can assist that pharmacy with proper verification/billing. Also be sure you are utilizing an in-network pharmacy.

Roseman Insurance Year: August 1 – July 31
Sponsored by: United Healthcare Student Resources
Plan: UHC Choice Plus (PPO)
Insurance Broker: Relation Insurance Services

Each academic year, students must take action to either agree to take the plan through the school SHIP OR submit an eligible waiver. To enroll in SHIP, please see the steps below:

  • If you intend to enroll in the plan then no action is required of you as your information was forwarded to the broker.
  • You can access your ID card (see plan details above) about a week or two after the effective date.
  • If you experience any problems waiving in the Student Health Insurance Plan, please email (include your first and last name and your program/class).

Enrolling Spouse/Dependents

Students who are enrolled in the plan through Roseman AND wish to add an eligible spouse or dependent must contact the broker directly as this is not handled through the school.


Questions: Relation Customer Service: 1-800-537-1777 or

Enrolling in the Roseman SHIP After Losing Access to Another Health Plan

Students who experience an involuntary loss of previous coverage (e.g., divorce, change or loss of job, turn 26 years old, no longer eligible for Medicaid, etc.) may be eligible to enroll in the Roseman Student Health Insurance Plan if they provide the appropriate documentation to Roseman’s SHIP broker, Relation. If you lost access to another health plan and you would like to see if you are eligible to enroll in the Roseman plan, please contact: Relation Customer Service: 1-800-537-1777 or

You will receive a bill from the Bursar’s Office when you have been added to the plan. Questions regarding payment for the plan should be directed to the Bursar’s Office:

Continuation of Coverage after Graduation

Students who are interested in remaining enrolled in the Roseman SHIP immediately after graduation should contact: Relation Customer Service: 1-800-537-1777 or


Students must submit their waiver via the online portal by the deadlines provided below AND be approved in order to not be charged the premium.  No extensions will be approved.

2022-2023 Minimum Insurance Requirements 

  • Coverage must be continuous (no break or termination) for the entire academic year
  • Coverage must be ACA (Affordable Care Act) compliant
  • Maximum benefit must be unlimited
  • Deductible must be $6,850 or less per person, per policy year

Click here to access the Waiver Portal

Portal will open for current students on May 2, 2022.  The portal will only be accessible during your cohort’s designated waiver period.

** Students must submit a health insurance waiver each year by the stated deadline, regardless if an approved waiver is on file from the previous academic year


To determine if your plan is comparable you can contact our broker Relation at 1-800-537-1777 or 

For more information on the SHIP waiver, please check out Relation’s FAQ here.


Students applying for Nevada or Utah state Medicaid should know that it can take approximately 1-3 months for a decision to be made regarding eligibility (if you are starting an initial application). That said, any student interested in this option should plan accordingly, as your adjudication will need to be completed by the student insurance waiver deadline you have been given, so any out-standing adjudication from Medicaid after that date will not be approved for the student health insurance waiver. If no insurance is in place by that date, you will be auto-enrolled in the student health insurance plan, and you will be responsible for the annual premium (this cost will be reflected on your student statement).

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