Long Island University is committed to ensuring all students have the appropriate resources to uphold their physical health and wellness. The University requires students who are Division I athletes, pursuing a clinical degree or attending on a J1 or F1 visa to be enrolled and covered by a health insurance plan that provides access to health care in the New York metro area.
Long Island University has partnered with JCB Insurance Solutions to develop a cost-effective Student Health Insurance Plan that provides our students and families with robust medical coverage at school, back home, and while traveling or studying abroad. The Plan is compliant with all phases of the Federal Health Care Reform and offers students access to a network of doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies throughout the country via UnitedHealthcare.
Students are automatically enrolled in the LIU health plan after the waiver deadline. Beginning this year, students are billed at a per semester rate for your coverage as noted below. If you need to access care before the waiver deadline, log in and confirm your insurance enrollment with JCB Insurance Solutions at www.jcbins.com.
Coverage Start Date
Coverage End Date
In today's digital world, we offer robust web and mobile phone tools for students to access your health insurance information. Students can log into the UnitedHealthcare Student Resources (UHCSR) webpage at www.uhcsr.com or download the free UHCSR Mobile App for Apple or Android phones to perform the following functions:
View and share your ID card - you can even email or fax your ID card to your provider
View claims received
Search for a provider
Create your UHCSR My Account
Gain quick access to customer service
Appoint a personal representative to act on your behalf for health insurance matters with UHCSR
Easily review and explore the best care options for your needs
If you have comparable coverage and need to submit a waiver request, log on to www.jcbins.comeach academic year and follow the prompts for Long Island University. Make sure to have your medical ID card on hand. Waiver applications must be completed and submitted on or before October 4. In order for your waiver to be approved, your personal health insurance plan must be active and meet the following minimum coverage requirements:
Plan must be owned, operated, and filed in the United States
Plan must be in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA Compliant)
Must have access to primary care within the Tri-State area
Must have coverage for medical evacuation of $100,000 or over
Must have coverage for repatriation of $50,000 or more
Out of State HMOs with no access to primary care may be denied
Medicaid plans may be denied depending on your student category
If you need help with submitting your waiver request or are experiencing difficulties with the JCB website, please contact JCB directly at email@example.com.
Remember that if you have been automatically enrolled in the plan and wish to waive coverage, you must go online and receive confirmation by the waiver deadlines listed above.
NOTE: New students who enter during the Spring or Summer terms will participate in the plan with prorated coverage periods and rates.