Welcome to ERAU’s Student Health Insurance Plan, United Healthcare Student Resources (UHCSR). UHCSR provides comprehensive, affordable health insurance for our eligible students. Our plan complies with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). UHCSR is a Choice Plus Plan, which provides coverage for preventive care, hospitalization, surgery, maternity, emergency care, medically necessary physician care, prescription drugs and mental health.
Students must have health insurance while attending classes in Daytona Beach (this does not include Worldwide Campus Students). Eligible students who do enroll may also insure their Dependents. The student must actively attend classes for at least 31 days after the date for which coverage is purchased. Home study, correspondence, and online courses do not fulfill the eligibility requirements that the student actively attend classes.
If you already have insurance, you may waive out of the UHCSR plan. Dates to waive out vary by semester and are listed below. YOU MUST BE ENROLLED IN CLASSES TO COMPLETE AN INSURANCE WAIVER OR IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Instructions to waive out or enroll in the plan are in your TO DO LIST in your ERNIE Account during the different waiver/enroll periods. At the close of the online waiver you will be asked to email a copy of your health insurance card (front & back) to firstname.lastname@example.org to complete the waiver.
These are available directly from UHCSR by calling 1-800-767-0700 or clicking on the attached for more information.
UHCSR goes green! Students can set up an account online or put an app on their phones to get insurance information and ID cards. Students enrolled in UHCSR can request an ID card through United Healthcare Student Resources at www.uhcsr.com, enter ERAU for school's name, click on current policy year, and scroll down to Create My Account, and follow the steps. The student must set up an account in order to request the card (Create My Account). Once enrolled, you will receive an email from UHCSR (UHCSR MobileAppFlyer). The email will contain the information you need to get started.
The United Healthcare Student Resources insurance rates are as follows for incoming students during these semesters:
Please go to your ERNIE Account and once you are enrolled in classes you will see complete instructions in your TO DO List in ERNIE.
The student insurance plan offers you:
To View the United Healthcare Student Resources Health Insurance Plan for Your Child:
United Healthcare Student Resources Goes Paperless! Everything is Done Online!
You can now do many things online, such as print out your own insurance card, change your mailing address, search for a network provider in your area, and check the status of your claims by setting up your own online account. It's quick and easy!
If you do encounter difficulty, you can call Customer Service at 1-800-767-0700 (7 a.m. to 7 p.m., CST, Monday through Friday).
At this time, only registered students of the Daytona Beach & Prescott campuses can participate in the UHCSR insurance. Worldwide students cannot participate in this insurance program.
Health Insurance Information and Waivers
Health Care in the United States can be expensive, especially if it includes a stay in a hospital. All Embry-Riddle students are required to have medical insurance. To ensure that all students have an appropriate level of insurance, a student insurance policy is included in your tuition and fees.
What if I already have Health Insurance?
You are welcome to waive out of the university-provided healthcare if you are able to show your own insurance. The waiver window for the 2019-2020 academic year is July 1-September 4, 2019. This is a firm deadline and waivers will not be granted after September 4th . This insurance must show the following:
You will be able to waive out of insurance through your Campus Solutions account.
Enrollment dates are the same as waiver dates; if you want to enroll after the waiver period has closed, please call Health Services at
386-226-7965 or email email@example.com. You will need to provide a “Qualifying Life Event” letter from your previous insurance carrier.
Please note: The waiver needs to be completed once a year during the Fall waiver period if you are a continuing student. If
you are entering in either Spring or Summer A&B for the first time, you need to complete a waiver during that term and again in the Fall waiver period.
Waivers are only available during the posted dates. Download the Insurance Summary Brochure for further insurance information.
Failure to waive the insurance by the semester deadline will result in the non-refundable insurance fee remaining on your student account. Embry-Riddle is not responsible for insurance waivers that are submitted after the deadline.
For additional assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UHC Global assists in saving the day for students who are studying or traveling in other states or other countries. When you're at least 100 miles from home and you're sick or hurt, UHC Global steps in and steps up with immediate access to doctors, hospitals and pharmacies in unfamiliar places. In the extreme, they'll even help you get home if you need to be medically evacuated. Services include: Medical Assistance Service, Medical Evacuation and Repatriation Services, Security and Natural Disaster, Evacuation Services, Worldwide Destination Intelligence, and Travel Assistance Services. The Toll Free # is on your SR ID card or in My Account. For more information on UHC Global, please go to the following website: www.uhcsr.com/uhcglobal or click on this link for more information.
Any insured member traveling abroad should contact UHC Global if he/she needs to obtain medical services and cannot locate those services on his/her own. UHC Global will assist the member with finding a provider and translation services if needed. Any provider overseas is out of network. The member will have to pay for the treatment up front and then submit the claim and proof of payment to UHCSR for reimbursement under the policy.
The preferred provider for this plan is United Healthcare Choice Plus Plans. If care is received from a preferred provider, any covered medical expenses will be paid at the Preferred Provider level of benefits. If the covered medical expense is incurred due to a medical emergency, benefits will be paid at the preferred provider level of benefits. In all other situations, reduced or lower benefits will be provided when an out-of-network provider is used.