What kind of health insurance are Massachusetts students required to have?

What kind of health insurance are Massachusetts students required to have?

Massachusetts law requires students enrolled in higher education programs with a 75% full-time curriculum to be covered by health insurance that offers reasonably comprehensive coverage of health care services. Reasonable comprehensive coverage could include (but is not limited to) MassHealth, Health Connector plans, or an employer health plan.

All of the plans offered by the Health Connector have been awarded the state’s Seal of Approval, so you can be sure the plan you choose meets both state and national coverage standards.

Last Update: November 3, 2016  

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