NSU’s Student Health Insurance Department within the Office of the University Bursar is responsible for managing various processes associated with the requirement for NSU students to carry student health insurance.
The department assists students with the following:
We are dedicated to guiding students in being informed about their Student Health Insurance Plan. Students may call, email, or visit us in the Horvitz Administration Building on the Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus. Please visit the One-Stop Shop in the Horvitz Administration Building for assistance.
Hours of Operation : Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(954) 262-4060 email@example.com Walk in: One-Stop Shop Horvitz Administration Building 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale/Davie, FL
Your health and wellbeing are our main priorities, especially during this unique time in response to COVID-19. NSU and Aetna Student Health have waived the referral requirement at this time.
For more COVID-19 benefit information, please call Aetna Student Health cutsomer service at (855) 821-9720 and visit Aetna's website.
Waiver Deadlines, Charges, and Coverage Periods
To protect the health and well-being of the NSU community, NSU requires all students to maintain health insurance coverage. Therefore, when you register for classes, you will automatically be enrolled in the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan, and your student account will be charged accordingly.
The NSU Student Health Insurance Department will send continuous emails to your @mynsu.nova.edu account to notify you of the charge, and provide waiver information. Also check your SharkLink account for charges.
ID Card, Benefit Summary, and Referral Requirements
Waiving Your NSU Student Health Insurance
If you currently have health insurance that meets the waiver criteria, you may opt out of the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan by your program's waiver deadline.
A waiver is valid for one academic year, not calendar year, and is only available online.
If you are an international student, you will automatically be enrolled in the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan, and your student account will be charged each semester/term.
If you currently have health insurance that meets the waiver criteria, you may opt out of the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan by your program's waiver deadline.Travel medical insurance, such as International Health & Travel Medical Insurance (IMG), is not sufficient.
This is a university requirement, not a visa requirement. Detailed information on required documentation for visiting scholars is available on the Office of International Affairs website.