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Health Plan Details

Washington Square Students

Who is Eligible?

Students are eligible to enroll in an NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan if they are:

registered for one or more credits in a degree-granting program at NYU;

maintaining matriculation (completing certain academic programs and not enrolled in classes);

students with F-1 or J-1 visa status;

post-doctoral research trainees/fellows, paid by NYU on stipends (code 542) or paid directly by external sponsors;

dependents of an insured (spouse/domestic partner and children up until age 26).

Students are eligible to continue their coverage under a school-sponsored plan for a period of 90 days after coverage ends.


Mandatory Plan (PDF)
Optional Plans – 2015-2016 (Basic, Comprehensive, GSHIP) (PDF)
Exclusions from Coverage (PDF)

Students enrolled in the NYU-sponsored Basic, Comprehensive or GSHIP plan should review the Student Health Insurance Guide Book (PDF) or your insurance certificate at for information about the details of the insurance coverage.

Coverage Dates

Coverage dates for the Student Health Insurance plans. Learn more...

Preferred Provider Networks

Seeking care from in-network providers ensures maximum benefits and minimal out-of-pocket expenses. Learn more...

Washington Square Guide to Student Health Insurance
Student Feedback


Consolidated Health Plans (CHP)
Attn: NYU
Roosevelt Ave.
Springfield, MA 01104

Tel: (877) 373-1170

Fax: (413) 214-6482

CHP is the plan administrator of the NYU- sponsored Student Health Insurance Program and can assist students with:

  • confirmation of coverage letters
  • insurance ID cards
  • insurance claims issues
  • dependent and continuation option enrollment issues

SHC Student Health Insurance Office
Student Health Insurance Services

726 Broadway, Suite 346

New York, NY 10003

Tel: (212) 443-1020

Fax: (212) 443-1011

The SHC Student Health Insurance Office can assist students with:

  • enrollment issues,
  • health insurance waivers,
  • unresolved insurance claims issues,
  • referrals

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