Minnesota State College and Universities no longer offers health insurance for domestic students.
There are two Minnesota Health Care Programs Minnesota State students may qualify for due to their income status, they are Medical Assistance (MA) or MinnesotaCare. Students currently enrolled in Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare programs will automatically be moved to MNsure as part of their renewal process. If a student is not currently enrolled in one of these programs and would like to know if they qualify for either of them, their eligibility status will automatically be reviewed when they apply for coverage through MNsure. Additional information regarding Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare can be found at https://www.mnsure.org/individual-family/index.jsp.
All Students (Except International Students)
The Affordable Care Act requires everyone to have health insurance or be subject to penalties. There are several options available to students, which include, being covered on their parent's policy until age 26 or by purchasing coverage through the Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange (MNsure). Students can enroll in the exchange at www.mnsure.org.
Minnesota State will continue to offer student health insurance to international students.
MNsure has numerous resources available on their website for students to help navigate their system as well as address any health insurance specific questions. (www.mnsure.org)
Navigators or in-person assisters - Responsible for helping individuals work through the process of applying and enrolling into a MNsure offered program. For a listing of navigators/in-person assisters in your area, click on the link below.