Liaison® Student Medical Insurance is a popular medical insurance plan for traveling students. Whether you are a foreign national studying in the United States for several years or a U.S. citizen studying abroad, Liaison® Student is designed to protect you during your time away from home. The plan offers Nationwide International Student medical insurance coverage.
$0, $50, $100, $250, $500 or $1000 per injury or illness. Deductibles are lower if first treated at the Student Health Center
The minimum period of initial coverage under Liaison® Student insurance is 5 days and
Maximum Plan life
Economy : 364 days
Choice : 364 days
Elite : 1092 Days (Renewable up to 3 years)
For those intending longer international trips there is an option to enroll for at least three (3) months of coverage, a notice will be sent to your address of correspondence, allowing you to purchase an additional period of coverage (minimum of 1 month, maximum of 12 months)Coverage can be renewed as long as you meet the eligibility requirements.
Liaison® International Student Medical Insurance is underwritten in all the states by United States Fire Insurance Company, except CT, IN, ME, MD, MT, NH, OR, RI, VT, and WA, which are underwritten by Lloyd’s of london.
Liaison® Student Insurance is administered by Seven Corners, Inc.
International Students, visiting Faculty, Scholars, or other persons age 13 and older who are temporarily residing outside their Home Country. The Insured must remain engaged in full-time educational or research activities outside their Home Country during the Period of Coverage.
All United States Students, visiting Faculty, Scholars, or other persons with a current passport who are temporarily residing outside the United States and are engaged in full-time educational or research activities.
Coverage becomes effective on the latest of the following:
Coverage will end on the earlier of the following:
Liaison® Student Medical Insurance offers a broad range of benefits including:
Resources: International Travel guidelines issued by the US State Department of Travel.