Insurance

All students are automatically enrolled in the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. At Morehouse College, it is required for all students carrying a minimum of 4 credits per semester to carry this Student Accident and Sickness Plan that pays secondarily to any other medical insurance plan under which you are insured. You should always carry your proof of insurance for this plan as well as other medical insurance under which you are insured. An identification card for this Plan is available from the Student Health Center. Morehouse College is pleased to offer a student health plan customized specifically to meet the needs of Morehouse Men.

To ensure that all part-time and full-time domestic students and international students are adequately insured, students carrying a minimum of 4 credits per term are automatically enrolled in the Morehouse College Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. First, learn about what’s included in Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan:

  • Access to a comprehensive national network of doctors, specialists and hospitals close to campus and
    home wherever home might be in the U.S.
  • The Morehouse College Student Accident and Sickness Plan will pay secondarily to any other medical
    insurance plan under which you are insured.
  • Students must first visit the Student Health Center for treatment as is appropriate and for referral to an
    outside hospital or physician. (Exceptions are in an emergency situation, when the Student Health Center
    is not open, and for injuries sustained during practice or play of an intercollegiate sport.)
  • Worldwide coverage while studying abroad or on vacation.
  • Coordination with Student Health Service.

More Information

PDF Student Insurance Plan 2013-2014
PDF Student Insurance FAQs
PDF Morehouse College Insurance Waiver (Opt-Out) Process
PDF Morehouse College Student Health Plan ID Card
PDF Script Care GoMobile App Information
Services
  • Counseling, instruction regarding care of acute and chronic diseases, and use of preventative medical techniques
  • Diagnostic testing (urinalysis, blood sugar, strep & mono)
  • Stabilization of emergencies (within the clinic only)
  • Routine x-rays such as chest and some skeletal x-rays (in house)
  • HIV/AIDS, STD testing
  • Pharmaceuticals (ibuprofen, anti-biotic, cold medicines, etc.)
  • Referrals
  • Health screenings
  • Physicals (pre-participation physicals for student athletes and travel abroad)
  • TB reading
  • Health Education
  • Electrocardiography (EKG)
  • Flu Shots
  • Travel Clinic