Insurance

Students are asked to provide a photocopy of their health insurance card (front and back) to Health Services for our records. This will ensure prompt treatment in cases when medication or lab work is required. Students also should have a copy of their insurance card with them at all times. Be sure to check with your insurance company to ensure coverage in the Appleton, Wisconsin area.

Send the photocopy to:

Lawrence University Health Services
711 East Boldt Way SPC 3
Appleton, WI 54911-5626

A reminder: Whenever you (or your family) receive an updated health insurance card, please send a photocopy of the new card to Health Services.

International Students

All international students will be automatically enrolled in Lawrence's student insurance plan. If you choose not to use this insurance plan, students must complete a waiver with International Student Services and have proof of health insurance coverage. Please refer to the International Student Health page for more information. If international students have any questions about insurance, please contact our Director of International Student Services, Leah McSorley.

Domestic Students

Domestic students are not automatically enrolled in an insurance plan. Domestic students are required by the government to be enrolled in a health insurance plan unless you qualify for an exemption from the law. This means that if you file taxes and do not have a qualified health insurance plan, you may be required to pay a tax penalty. Domestic students interested in the enrolling in the student insurance will enroll directly through the servicing agent, Consolidated Health Plans (CHP). Students can find information about other insurance plans at HealthCare.gov.

Servicing Agent

Lawrence University works closely with a servicing agent that provides student health insurance plans. Please see Consolidated Health Plans website for information regarding enrollment and plan coverage.

 

Insurance Terms and Definitions

Follow this link for a Glossary of Insurance Terms: National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

The best way to get answers regarding your insurance coverage is to call the customer service phone number and ask. Students should have their insurance card on hand when calling.

 

**Please contact the Health Center with any questions.

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