International Students: Health Insurance and Immunizations
Health Insurance Information for International Students
All students at the University of San Diego School of Law are required to carry health insurance.
A student must either:
- Enroll in the University health insurance plan, or
- Waive participation in the university-sponsored plan if the student has adequate health insurance coverage. Students will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the university health insurance plan if they do not complete a timely waiver.
International students on visas who choose to use a health insurance provider other than the university’s provider must have a policy which includes coverage for medical evacuation (at least $50,000.00) and repatriation (at least $25,000.00).
International students who wish to obtain health insurance through the University of San Diego can do so by working with the Office of International Students and Scholars.
F-1 and J-1 Student Health Insurance Fees
|Student + Spouse||$1,962.00||$ 3,924.00|
*All cost estimates are in U.S. dollars and are subject to change.
Immunizations for International Students
All new international students are required to verify their immunization records by submitting a completed Student Immunization Form. Please visit the Student Health Center website for the Student Immunization Form, as well as for more information about the required vaccinations and the immunization verification process. If necessary, the Student Health Center offers the required vaccines for a fee.