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Coverage Dates & Costs

Academic Year 2013 – 2014

AHP/BCBS Insurance Premiums and Dates of Coverage

All costs and coverage dates are subject to change

UHCS Insurance Premiums and Dates of Coverage
Early Arrival Annual Fall Spring Spring–Summer** Summer
Dates See below* Aug 1, 2013 – Jul 31, 2014 Aug 1, 2013 – Dec 31. 2013 Jan. 1, 2014 – May 31, 2014 Jan 1, 2014 - Jul 31, 2014 Jun 1, 2014– Jul 31, 2014
Student $120 $1,432 $601 $591 $831 $240
Spouse $339 $4,067 $1,708 $1,680 $2,359 $679
Children $187 $2,235 $939 $923 $1,296 $373

Early Arrival

Early arrival dates are subject to change

*New students are charged a one month insurance fee for early arrival coverage. The early arrival coverage dates are:

Pre-Arrival Coverage Dates
Fall 2012 July 25, 2013 - August 24, 2013
Spring 2013 (to be determined)
Summer 2013 (to be determined)

Spring–Summer

**The cost of insurance for the Spring & Summer semesters is reflected on the Spring semester tuition and fee bill.

One Week Supplemental Insurance (08/25/12 through 08/31/12)

Costs and dates are subject to change.

Costs for One-Week Supplemental Insurance
Student $35
Spouse (to be determined)
Children (to be determined)

Students who will enroll in the Academic Health Plans/BlueCross BlueShield (AHP/BCBS) student health insurance plan during the Summer semester, but will convert to UT Staff Insurance in the Fall semester due to an academic assignment, will experience a one-week lapse of insurance coverage as the AHP/BCBS plan ends one week before the UT Staff Insurance begins. If an accident, injury or illness were to occur during this one week period, students would not have insurance to cover the medical expenses.  To facilitate this one week lapse in insurance, ISSS has negotiated with AHP/BCBS to create the One Week Supplemental Insurance Plan. This automatic enrollment in one-week supplemental insurance is only for students, dependents must order it separately.

See Frequently Asked Questions about the One Week Supplemental Insurance Plan.

Special Consideration

Need health insurance for your spouse? For about the same price, your spouse can get insurance and an ESL class!

As an F-2 or J-2 visa holder, your spouse can take an ESL class at the UT affiliate rate, and qualify for the student insurance rate. This is a great opportunity for them to improve their English language skills and to make friends!

For more information, please visit the UT ESL website or email esl@www.utexas.edu.