Insurance

Note: The following information is for new incoming students for the Spring 2018 semester.

Important: Action Required

Massachusetts law requires all undergraduate students taking nine (9) credits or more and all graduate students taking 6.75 credits or more to either demonstrate proof of comparable health insurance coverage or purchase a Student Health Program through their institution of higher education.

To ensure all Regis students are properly insured to meet the state law, all students are initially charged on their student account for the spring/summer cost of the sponsored Regis Student Health Insurance Plan through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

The health insurance premium for the spring/summer portion of the year is $1,520 for undergraduates and $1,778 for graduate students. This plan is underwritten and claims are administered by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. This plan provides coverage from January 16, 2018 through August 19, 2018.

It is your choice whether to enroll in this insurance plan or decline/waive the insurance and remain on your family or individual plan. This choice must be made by February 7, 2018, or you will remain enrolled by default for the duration of the spring/summer period.

You may waive by demonstrating proof of comparable insurance through the online system prior to the deadline. Your waiver will be verified for accuracy and to ensure provider coverage is available while you are attending Regis. Once your waiver is approved, the charge will be removed from your student account. You may also choose to activate your coverage by enrolling online. If you do not complete either a waiver or enrollment form prior to the deadline, you will be enrolled by default and the charge will remain on your account.

We encourage you to review your own plan very carefully, especially if you are from outside Massachusetts, in order to ensure that you will have adequate health insurance coverage when you are away from home at Regis. Many HMO plans from other states will not provide sufficient access to coverage while in Massachusetts.

Insurance cards for enrolled students are distributed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Further information will be sent to enrolled students after the enrollment/waiver period.

The enrollment/waiver period begins December 8, 2018 and ends February 7, 2018.

Directions for Waiving or Enrolling

To waive or enroll in this plan, visit www.gallagherstudent.com/regis.  Follow the instructions to create your User Account. 

In order to waive, you should have your current health insurance card available as this information will be necessary to complete the form.

Note: Please be aware that you will need to complete the online waiver or enrollment form each academic year.

If you know that you would like to enroll in the Plan, we encourage you to complete the enrollment form early to ensure access to your medical ID card on the Plan’s effective date.

The Regis Student Health Insurance Plan benefits are compliant with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Coverage for essential benefits provides no overall maximum dollar limit and recommended Preventive Care Services are covered at 100% of Preferred Allowance in-network with no deductible or copay. For further information, including costs, benefits, exclusions and limitations, please refer to the online plan information at www.gallagherstudent.com/regis or call Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk at 844-484-0087.

If you have questions, please call the Regis Center for Student Services at 781-768-7270.

Healthcare Services

Ground floor of Maria Hall
781-768-7290
781-768-7288

Dianna Jones, DNP, APRN-BC, FNP

Associate Dean and Medical Director of Regis Community Health Services
Family Nurse Practitioner
781-768-7291


Counseling Services

781-768-7293

Gail Hanson-Mayer, CNS

Certified Psychiatric Clinical
Nurse Specialist

Kathryn Klickstein, LICSW

Licensed Social Worker

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