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I guess those intending to study in the US would be expected to have sufficient English skills to make sense of it.
2: CLEAR YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE REQUIREMENT
International Students at SDSU are required by law to have health insurance. An F-Hold on your registration prevents you from registering for your classes until you have cleared your health insurance requirement. You can temporarily clear your insurance requirement (and register for your classes) by completing and returning the International Student Confirmation Form with your signature in the Health Insurance Promissory Contract section. By signing the Promissory Contract, you promise to provide proof that you have an approved health insurance policy in effect by Friday, September 1,2006. If you do not, your registration will be cancelled. Please note that it takes two days to clear your F-Hold after we have received your Promissory Contract.
You must fulfill the Health Insurance Requirement (and your Promissory Contract) by September 1,2006 in one of three ways:
1) You can enroll on-line with your credit card. There are no additional fees to use your credit card. Please visit the ISC web site for student insurance options, www.sa.sdsu.edu/isc/HealthInsurance.htm.
2) When you arrive in San Diego, you can purchase health insurance at the International Student Center with a U.S. check, money-order or Traveller’s Cheque (exact amount). Please be advised we cannot accept cash.
3) Show documented proof that you have an alternate insurance policy that meets all six of the California State University Requirements. These requirements are very strict and there are no exceptions. The requirements are:
• The policy is valid until at least August 15, 2006.
• The medical benefit is at least $100,000 per condition with a co-payment of no more than 25% and a deductible of no more than $150.
• The repatriation benefit is at least $7,500.
• The medical evacuation benefit is at least $10,000.
• The policy does not exclude benefit on the basis of gender (Under California Law, Title IX, the policy cannot exclude coverage, such as but not limited to, maternity, even if policy holder is male).
• The policy pays for pre-existing conditions after six months of continuous coverage.
It is strongly recommended that you buy the insurance offered through the ISC. It complies with all of the mandated requirements and it offers a special group rate and features a reduced deductible and a claims processing service.
[ Last edited by leesinchina at 2006-4-4 07:52 PM ]