It is the policy of St. Scholastica to require that students registered for 12 or more credits be covered by health insurance. This insurance is automatically applied to student accounts unless the student completes the insurance waiver if he/she is already covered by another insurance plan.
The insurance will be automatically charged to your student account if you are registered for 12 or more semester credits. You will need to enroll in the health insurance at:
We strongly encourage you to read the online brochure at The Student Insurance Program. Please note that many HMO plans do not provide adequate coverage outside of your home area. Therefore, if you are considering waiving this plan, we recommend that you review your current health insurance policy to ensure that it adequately covers you while pursuing your academic interests at The College of St. Scholastica.
Contact USI Affinity Insurance Resources at (800)-655-9901 for general questions about the plan. If you need additional information regarding your student account, contact OneStop Student Services at (218)- 723-6570 877-287-8716 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family coverage is also available to students enrolled in the student insurance plan. You can inquire about family coverage at The Student Insurance Program website.
Professional nursing assessments for illness and injury and treatment of minor illness are provided at Student Health Service. Student Health Service is located on ground level of Somers Hall Room 47. Hours are Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., closed 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. for lunch.
A family nurse practitioner is available for illness, injury, preventive, and wellness care by appointment. Call (218) 723-6282 to set up appointment.
All students enrolled in nine or more credits pay a health fee per semester and are entitled to use health services. Appointments can be made and walk-ins are always welcome. For more information, contact: Student Health Services, (218) 723-6282 or visit the Student Health Services website.
Immunization records are required of all students attending CSS (Excluding students who are exclusively enrolled in Extended and Online Studies). We request all Duluth campus students complete the Health History, Informed Consent Form and the HIPPA privacy act form. Students can locate these forms by: