International Student Health Insurance
It is St. Olaf policy that ALL students maintain adequate health insurance. This requirement is in place for the protection of the students.
The international student insurance policy is offered through LewerMark. Please visit LewerMark’s designated St. Olaf website for details. The premium (which includes a grant to offset the cost of premium) for the 2021-2022 academic year is $1,000 and will be billed in two installments – one amount in the fall, and one in the spring.
2021-2022 Plan Highlights
LewerMark is new to St. Olaf for the 2021-2022 academic year and provides personalized assistance, exceptional coverage and added benefits specifically designed for international students including:
- Low out-of-pocket costs
- Telehealth access
- 24/7 mental health support in native languages
- Emergency services
Please refer to the LewerMark summary of benefits for detailed plan information and contact them with any questions (updated info will be available by July 1st).
2021-2022 Enrollment Information
All eligible international students will be enrolled onto the LewerMark plan starting August 15th, 2021. You will then be able to access your insurance ID card by logging onto your LewerMark account using your St. Olaf student ID number. If you are unable to access your insurance ID card, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligibility to waive the international student health insurance plan and replace it with a plan that meets the health insurance requirements is determined by your student status and graduation year. Only seniors (class of 2022) are eligible to waive and will receive additional information in an email outlining the instructions to complete a waiver.
2020-2021 Health Insurance Enrollment Information
Health Insurance Coverage for the 2020-2021 academic year continues through August 14, 2021. Please visit the EIIA website for plan information. Open enrollment for the 2020-2021 academic year has closed. Only those with qualifying events will be allowed to enroll at this time.
Resources on how to understand health care in the United States.
Learning how to navigate health care in the U.S. is not only a daunting task for many St. Olaf students, health literacy is a national concern for many people of all ages.
In response, the Understanding Health Care page was made by St. Olaf students in order to provide students with the tools and support to help them tools to navigate health care with more confidence. By guiding our research based on student data along with staff and student interviews, this webpage covers a wide array of health care issues that students identify struggling with.