St. Olaf College
Your institution is concerned with your health and well-being. Student insurance is an important part of your studies. Please take advantage of the information available and review the Full Plan Document for coverage details. If you have questions, please contact us at 888.255.4029.
We know insurance can be confusing, so this website provides valuable information and tools for students, athletes, parents, and medical providers.
Domestic students, please waive coverage at the First Risk Website.
New International Students: You do not need to take any action and will be automatically enrolled and billed for the 2020-2021 student health insurance plan. Health insurance cards will be mailed to St. Olaf and distributed in the Taylor Center when you arrive on campus.
Returning International Students who attended St. Olaf the 2019-2020 academic year: You do not need to take any action and will be automatically enrolled and billed for the 2020-2021 student health insurance plan. Health insurance cards will be mailed to St. Olaf and distributed in the Taylor Center when you arrive on campus.
International students who started at St. Olaf prior to the 2019 academic year: You may choose to enroll, waive (if eligible), or take no action and be automatically enrolled for the 2020-2021 health insurance plan.
Enrolling will allow you to obtain your health insurance card sooner than if you take no action. Click the "Enroll - International Students Only" button and complete the form.
Waiving requires proof of valid, adequate alternative health insurance coverage. Click the "Waive - International Students Only" button, and complete the form.
Taking no action will automatically enroll and bill your account after February 19th, 2021. Your health insurance card will be sent to St. Olaf at the end of September and you will be notified when and where to pick it up. Should you need your insurance card prior to the end of September, it is recommended to enroll.
International Students 20/21
We know insurance can be confusing so please review the information below. A few tips!
● Always show your ID card to all medical providers
● You may have some out of pocket expenses so please review the plan document and summary
● There are no network requirements – you may seek treatment wherever you choose. However, you may be responsible for amounts due over the reasonable and customary charges.
● If you have any questions, please contact NAHGA at 877.497.4980.
If you are an intercollegiate athlete and you were injured in the course of practice or play please report your injury to your Athletic Trainer immediately. Your Athletic Trainer will assist you through the claim process. If you have any questions about your claim, please contact NAHGA at 877.497.4980.