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Tuition Refund Plan
What is the Tuition Refund Plan?

Recognizing the substantial investment of an education at Anna Maria College, we have concern for the student who suffers a serious illness or accident and has to leave the College for that reason before the end of the term is completed. In many instances, it means not only the loss of time invested in studies but also the loss of the charges paid for the term. With this is mind, the College has made arrangements to provide a Tuition Refund Plan (TRP), which is designed to minimize the risk of financial loss for students and families if a covered illness or accident occur. A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. offers this program at a cost of $178 for resident students and $130 for commuter students for the Spring 2018 semester only. The charge is billed in the fall semester only and covers the full academic year. You are assured by Dewar of up to an 80% refund throughout the term, even after the College’s refund policy has expired, for withdrawals due to medical and mental health issues.

** The Dewar tuition waiver deadline for students beginning classes in Spring 2018 only is Friday, January 26, 2018.
  
 
Student Health Insurance
Anna Maria College offers an extremely comprehensive health insurance plan through Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) for the 2017-2018 Academic year. 
 
Undergraduate Students
Since September of 1989, Massachusetts law, G.L. c.15A, § 18, has required every college student participating in at least 75% of the full-time curriculum to participate in a Student Health Insurance Program or in a health benefit plan with comparable coverage. Therefore, all students enrolled in at least 75% of the full-time curriculum are automatically charged the Student Health Insurance Fee. If the student is already enrolled in a comparable health insurance plan, then the student must fill out an online waiver form. The online waiver form can be accessed by selecting "Waiver Form" in the left navigation menu. If you do not submit an online waiver form by the deadline below, you will automatically be enrolled in the College's Student Health Insurance Plan and responsible for the fee.
 
The Undergraduate Student Health Insurance Fee is $1,637 and will be charged on the fall tuition bill. Annual coverage is effective 8/10/17 - 8/09/18. The deadline to waive the Annual Student Health Insurance Plan is September 15, 2017.
 
Students entering the College in the Spring Semester must meet the insurance requirement as well. The Spring Undergraduate Student Health Insurance Fee is $978 and will be charged on the spring tuition bill for NEW Spring Semester students. Spring coverage is effective 1/10/18 - 8/9/18. The deadline to waive the Spring Student Health Insurance Plan is January 26, 2018
 
Graduate and C.E. Students
Since September 1989, Massachusetts law, G.L. c.15A has required every college student participating in at least 75% of full-time curriculum to participate in a Student Health Insurance Program or in a health plan with comparable coverage. Therefore, all Graduate Students enrolled in six or more credits, per semester and all Continuing Education Students enrolled in nine or more credits, per semester, are automatically charged the Student Health Insurance Fee. If the student is already enrolled in a comparable health insurance plan, the student must fill out an online waiver form. The online Health Insurance Waiver Form can be found on this page under Student Health Insurance Forms. If you do not submit the online waiver form by the deadline below, you will be automatically enrolled in the College's Student Health Insurance Plan and responsible for the fee.
 
The Annual Graduate Student Health Insurance Fee is $1,637, for coverage effective 8/10/17 - 8/09/18. The deadline to enroll in the Annual Graduate Student Health Insurance Plan is September 15, 2017.
 
New Spring Graduate Students also have an opportunity to enroll. The Spring Graduate Students Health Insurance Fee is $978, for coverage effective 1/10/18 - 8/9/18. The deadline to enroll in the Spring Graduate Health Insurance Plan is January 26, 2018.

All Students

Student Health Insurance Plan ID cards will be sent to Anna Maria College and may be picked up in the Student Accounts Office. 

If you submit an insurance waiver and then lose your coverage due to a qualifying life changing event, you must contact University Health Plans at (800) 437-6448 within 60 days to be enrolled in the BCBS Student Health Insurance Plan.

Please contact University Health Plans with any questions, 1 (800) 437-6448.