To be a student at Marian University, you are required to have specific immunizations. You'll find them listed on the Marian University Health and Wellness page, along with information about how obtain those immunizations and the documents required by the university to prove you've completed them.
Marian University policy requires all international students have medical health insurance and evacuation/repatriation coverage.
Marian University's LewerMark Student Insurance plan provides medical and emergency coverage to students anywhere in the world except in their home countries. The plan includes routine visits to doctors, emergency hospital visits, specialist care, prescription drug, and maternity coverage. While eye and dental injuries are covered, routine eye and dental exams are not included.
The LewerMark website includes the ability to search for doctors, advice about when to go to the emergency room, information translated in 13 languages, and individual student accounts to manage your claims.
You can access the website for the MyNurse 24/7 Medical Help Line, which connects you to registered nurse who can answer health questions, how to manage illness, or where to go when you are sick.
Also, 24/7 mental health assistance is available through Morneau Shepell.
The LewerMark plan includes information about what to do if you have a life-threatening injury or illness more than 100 miles from Marian University's campus.
$100 annual deductible; wellness benefit of 100% up to a maximum of $250.
Average claim turn-around time is seven (7) calendar days.
Coverage for new students begins up to 30 days prior to term’s start date. It includes 100 percent coverage for providers in the Aetna Health network and 80 percent coverage for non-participating providers.
The LewerMark student plan costs $648.30 per semester ($129.66 per month) for the 2021-2022 academic year.
If you have another health insurance policy, you can apply for a waiver.
If you have an approved waiver, the health insurance fees on your tuition bill will be removed.
Your alternative plan must have these benefits to be considered for a waiver:
Download the waiver. You must (1) submit a complete, signed waiver form, (2) a copy of your insurance card, and (3) a copy of your insurance policy or a certificate of coverage in English.*NOTE: If your alternative plan includes all of the above but does not have the necessary repatriation and evacuation coverage, you may purchase an insurance rider in order to meet the waiver requirements.
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*Placement rates are gathered from data collected from graduates within six months of graduation.
Students may make a complaint to the Indiana Commission of Higher Education.
Marian University is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana.
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