CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19): HEALTH INSURANCE FAQs 


The benefit materials, policies, and applications available on this website are currently reflective of the AY2022 plan year. We are working expeditiously to have the AY2023 information updated as soon as possible.
For now, students can view a list of AY2023 changes.
 

Attention Harvard School of Public Health Students:

Student Health Insurance Plan and the Student Health Fee are not assessed for students enrolled in the MPH-EPI, MHCM, MPH-Generalist, and summer-only degree programs; or for non-degree students.
This means the School of Public Health will not enroll or charge you for the Harvard University Student Health Program coverage.

Harvard University Student Health Program office does not process waivers for summer-only students.
Visit your school’s website about summer coverage and requirements (if any) for waiving.

View Harvard School of Public Health fees information at https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/student-billing/harvard-chan-billing-policy/health-insurance-fees/

Students who will be enrolled/charged health fees for the Fall 2022 term (coverage period 8/1-1/31) or Spring 2023 term (coverage period 2/1-7/31), may need to submit waivers to opt-out of the Student Health Insurance Plan and/or Health Fees if they meet criteria. Review the HUSHP waiver eligibility for details at https://hushp.harvard.edu/waiving-health-insurance-coverage