All Auburn University at Montgomery foreign national students and visiting scholars as well as their dependents are required to participate in the AUM Group Health Insurance Plan. This insurance policy provides health care coverage while the student is in the United States. The Group Health Insurance Plan is provided by United Healthcare Student Resources of Saint Petersburg, Florida.
The Office of Global Initiatives, located at 109 Administration Building can assist students and scholars with important services and information related to their health care plan, including:
- billing questions
- policy questions
- claim assistance
- adding dependents
For specific questions or to schedule an appointment you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your information and request. All emails should include your Banner ID and SRID number if possible as well as the names of anyone you may be inquiring about.
Estimated Cost of Insurance for Auburn University at Montgomery
|New Student Setup Fee||$47|
- All insurance costs are calculated based on the number of days a student/scholar is in the United States.
- Students, J research scholars, professors, short-term scholars/visitors and their dependents are billed beginning at the time of arrival at their port of entry into the U.S.
- J-1 scholars must enroll using the Insurance Enrollment Form through the insurance coordinator who will assist all scholars submitting the enrollment form and payment. Federal regulations require J-1 scholars and their dependents to maintain insurance for their entire stay in the United States.
- For a detailed list of United Healthcare's premium costs, please refer to www.uhcsr.com/auburn
Insured students who withdraw from school after the first 31 days of the policy period remain enrolled in the plan for the full period for which the premium was paid. In most states, refunds are only made in the case of an insured student entering into the U.S. Armed Forces, or if eligibility requirements are not met.
Failure to Maintain Health Insurance
- All J1 exchange visitors must maintain health insurance for yourself and all J2 dependents regardless of being out of the country.
- Willful failure on the parts of the Exchange Visitor to maintain the required insurance will result in the termination of your program.