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- 2016-17 Summary of Benefits & Coverage
- 2016-17 Benefits Flyer
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- 2015-2016 Summary of Benefits & Coverage
- RWU Health Services
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Welcome to the CHP Student Page for the Roger Williams University
and Roger Williams University School of Law Student Health Insurance Plan!
Consolidated Health Plans, in conjunction with Risk Strategies and Roger Williams University and Roger Williams University School of Law (collectively, the "University"), have customized this health insurance plan to meet the needs of the University's students. From this page, you can access important information about your plan with the links provided.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL STUDENTS:
All full-time undergraduate students (both residential and commuter), all Master’s in Architecture students, all first- and second-year School of Law students, all Master’s of Law students and all International students.
All full-time undergraduate (both residential and commuter), all Master’s in Architecture students, all first- and second-year School of Law students, all Master’s of Law students and all international students on an F-1 or J-1 visa are automatically enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan for coverage effective August 14, 2016 – August 13, 2017. All students must demonstrate proof of adequate health insurance under an existing plan, or purchase the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan. Those students who do not waive the insurance and those not covered under an existing insurance plan will see a separate charge of $2,332 on their University tuition bill. Coverage terms for international students traveling on J-1 visas have been modified to conform to Federal guidelines for J-1 travelers; this modification will result in an additional cost of $117 to the standard student health insurance premium charge. Please note that all residential and commuter full-time undergraduate students, all Master’s in Architecture students, all first- and second-year School of Law students, all Master’s of Law students and all international students must provide proof of insurance, or they will be enrolled in the University-sponsored plan.
Waiver Process: If you are currently insured under another insurance policy and do not wish to have coverage under the University-sponsored plan, you may waive out of the insurance. To waive the University Student Health Insurance, please click on the “Waiver” tab above and follow the instructions. The deadline to submit a waiver is August 15, 2016.
All Full-Time Graduate (non-Master’s in Architecture) Students and Third-Year School of Law Students
Full-time graduate (non-Master’s in Architecture) students with 6+ credits and third-year School of Law students are encouraged, but are not required, to enroll in the University’s sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan. Students who wish to enroll in this plan voluntarily may purchase this insurance directly through CHP by clicking on the “Enroll” tab above. Please note that the deadline to enroll is August 15, 2016. No enrollment will be accepted after this date.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR NEW STUDENTS
New students enrolling at the University for the 2016-17 academic year will be able to access the waiver form once you receive your RWU Student ID, which is included in a separate mailing after your deposit is received.
- Problems with your RWU Student ID: Undergraduate & Graduate Students contact the Registrar’s office (401) 254-3510; Law Students contact Student Finance & Records (401) 254-4657.
- Waiver processed: Once you have completed the waiver process, an e-mail will automatically be generated and sent to the student RWU e-mail. It will confirm that you waived and if you do so in error to contact the insurance company. Please print and keep for your reference.
- Waiver processed but the charge is still on the tuition bill? Please allow 5-7 business days for your waiver to be processed.
- Questions about RWU Health Services (401) 254-3156
- Questions about the University’s Student Accident & Sickness Insurance Plan – CHP (800) 633-7837 or Risk Strategies Company (617) 330-5700
Claims Services are provided to you by:
Consolidated Health Plans, 2077 Roosevelt Avenue, Springfield, MA 01104
Phone: (413) 733-4540 ♦ Toll Free: (800) 633-7867 ♦ Claims Fax: (413) 733-4612
or Contact Us Group Number: S210905
Please note: If you are eligible for Medicare, the open enrollment period for the Medicare Prescription Drug program (Medicare Part D) begins October 15, 2016 and ends December 7, 2016. If you are currently eligible for Medicare or will become eligible after this enrollment period, please contact Consolidated Health Plans for information on your current prescription drug coverage with Nationwide and your options under Medicare’s prescription drug coverage. This information can help you decide whether or not you want to join a Medicare drug plan.
Your plan includes the following programs: Please consult your plan document for additional information: