The following link is a set of guidelines to help you understand billing and health insurance processing:
NDSU Student Health Service Billing and Health Insurance Processing Guidelines.
Students are encouraged to use their insurance company as a resource with any questions.
Domestic Students are not required to have insurance to receive care at the Student Health Service. However, students are strongly encouraged to have health insurance coverage in the event of a health care crisis. Learn more about the Affordable Care Act at www.healthcare.gov.
- Students may be eligible to stay on their family health insurance program. Consult your insurance provider to determine if this option is available to you.
International students at NDSU have a separate mandatory policy in which they will be enrolled upon registration for insurance coverage. Please contact the office of International Student and Study Abroad Services in the Memorial Union for more information. Please see the Health Insurance link through this office for more insurance information.
United Healthcare Student Resources - Student Health Insurance
How to file a claim with United Healthcare after visiting Student Health Service.
1. Send an email to Claims@uhcsr.com with the "walk out" statement provided to you by
NDSU's Student Health Service after your visit. This may be printed through the Student Health
2. In the email, include your insurance ID number and the address where you want your
reimbursement check mailed to.
Please remember to always submit your claim in a timely manner!
The North Dakota University System (NDUS) is pleased to offer health insurance coverage to NDUS students through United Healthcare Insurance Company. Domestic students (i.e. American citizens) are not required by the NDUS to carry this coverage, and we know many of you may be covered by your parents' insurance until age 26. However, the Affordable Care Act does require that you carry some sort of health insurance, and this plan is an option.
Eligibility and Enrollment:
All NDUS full-time students who attend at least one course face-to-face on campus are eligible to enroll in this student health insurance plan (please see the Frequently Asked Questions page on the NDUS website for more information).
International students (with the exception of Canadian and Norwegian students) are required to have this health insurance plan per State Board of Higher Education policy.
Domestic Student Flyer – highlights the coverage, exclusions and services offered with your plan.
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page on the NDUS website for more information. You are also welcome to contact United Healthcare:
United Healthcare Customer Service
The student insurance plan meets all of the requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, provides access to the national UnitedHealthcare Options PPO Network and is a Platinum level plan.