All registered degree-seeking and non-matriculating students are automatically enrolled in the accident insurance policy offered through Student Assurance Services. The student insurance plan is active from the beginning of the semester in which the student is registered. Students enrolled in the Fall semester pay a rate of $30 and are covered Fall, Winter and Summer semesters. Students enrolling for the Winter semester pay a discounted premium of $20 due to the shorter activity of the plan (effective for Winter and Summer semesters). Students enrolled for any Summer term and not enrolled in an immediately preceding Fall or Winter term pay a rate of $11 and are covered for the Summer term only. Each student is covered 24 hours a day, for on-and off-campus accidents. The policy covers up to $10,000 per accident for necessary medical, hospital and emergency services and dental accident coverage up to $500 per accident with no deductibles.
The plan functions as follows: When the insured requires treatment, because of accidental bodily injury incurred while the policy is in force, by a licensed physician or registered nurse or needs hospital care or ambulance service, the company will pay the expenses actually incurred to a maximum of $10,000. Benefits for dental injuries are limited to $500 for repair and/or replacement of sound and natural teeth. See the insurance brochure in the Office of Student Affairs for more detailed information regarding coverage and claim procedures.
In Case of an Accident
To receive treatment: Present your proof of insurance card to the emergency room or outpatient facility providing treatment.
To place claims: Pick up claim forms from the Office of Student Affairs or online through BlackBoard shortly after the accident/treatment. You must have a doctor’s report to submit with the claim. Instructions for filing claims are on the form. To check the status of your filed claim call the Claims Office at 1.800.328.2739.
If you get hurt while working as a work study student
- Report the injury/accident to Campus Safety to fill out a report.
- If medical attention is required, you must go to Concentra Medical Center located at 2151 E. Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48207 with an authorization form from Campus Safety.
- All follow-up care must be done at Concentra Medical Center.
- If injury is life threatening, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
Additional sickness and major medical insurance is available through the College for students and their spouses and dependents. For claim forms, more information on the accident insurance policy or additional sickness or major medical insurance enrollment information, contact the Director of Student Life in The Office of Student Affairs, located on the second floor of the Yamasaki building or call 313.664.7676.