HEALTH COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS UNDER AGE 18
For younger students registered in day camps, half-day programs, and weekly workshops, proof of family health coverage must be provided. A medical form will be sent to all students under age 18 once they have confirmed their intent to attend a Summer@Eastman program; please include policy information on the form as instructed. The completed form must be returned before the program begins.
HEALTH COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUMMER COLLEGIATE STUDENTS
We strongly urge all students to carry private insurance.
- If you were registered as a full-time Eastman student during the past year, the student health fee you previously paid will cover you for the summer session for similar health benefits.
- If you are attending summer session and will be entering Eastman in the fall as a new full-time student, you are required to immediately apply for health coverage through the University Health Service. Please contact the Admissions Office for the required form and to arrange for payment.
- If you are a Summers-Only degree student, you will not have coverage under the UHS plan.
AVAILABLE HEALTH SERVICES
A Health RA is available at specific times during summer session at no charge. If you need to see a doctor, the University Health Service charges standard community rates if you are not covered by UHS policy. It is highly recommended that you check your current private policy for existing coverage.
VISITING COLLEGIATE AND ADULT STUDENTS
Visiting students who will be studying at the Eastman School of Music for less than 8 weeks do not participate in the Student Health Plan. They are welcome to come to the University Health Service (UHS) for care on a fee-for-service basis.
International and non-US citizens participating in Summer@Eastman programs are required to have health insurance. Short-term health insurance may be available through Seven Corners, Inbound Guest: www.sevencorners.com.
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE FACT SHEET
Click on this link to view a PDF of the New York State Department of Health’s Meningococcal Disease Fact Sheet: Meningococcal-fact-sheet-DOH