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Insurance Requirements

Insurance Requirements and Important Insurance Information

IMPORTANT: Please read this in its entirety as it pertains to a possible $1,663.48 charge on your student account.

The student health insurance plan Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) documentĀ is available onĀ https://wfis.wellsfargo.com/masters or by contacting Wells Fargo Insurance Services at (800) 853-5899.

All registered traditional undergraduate and seminary students are required to have adequate medical insurance. Students will be automatically enrolled in the TMC sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan unless they submit an online insurance waiver. Waivers will be approved if coverage meets certain minimum criteria (such as provision for doctor visits, emergency visits, prescriptions, locality of coverage, etc.). Students must submit a waiver once per academic year.

You may log on and complete your waiver at any time by clicking the link below. Please note that students without a completed waiver will be billed for the full health insurance charge.

This cost will become non-refundable if a waiver is not completed by September 12, 2014.

Domestic: https://studentinsurance.wellsfargo.com/waivers/OnlineWaiver.aspx?pagetype=AUTH&waivername=1415mastersDOM

International: https://studentinsurance.wellsfargo.com/waivers/onlinewaiver.aspx?pagetype=AUTH&waivername=1415mastersINT

Please contact the Student Accounts Office at 661.362.2212 or accountinfo@masters.edu with any questions. James Phillipps, Student Accounts Manager.

If you have medical insurance through your parents, bring your ID insurance card with you and carry it with you all the time.

Students who have a PPO (Preferred Provider Option) or POS (Point of Service) are accepted by many medical facilities. You may call your insurance company and request a list of local providers in Santa Clarita, Newhall, Valencia, and Canyon Country.

Students who have an HMO plan (Health Maintenance Organization) may contact their insurance company and request to be transferred to a local primary care provider, prior to their arrival on campus. If their insurance cannot transfer them to a local provider, they can only be seen in the emergency room (Note: very time-consuming if it is not an emergency).

Students who have Kaiser insurance in Northern California may contact (888) 778-5000 and request a Southern California medical record I.D. number. Kaiser Locations