Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan
Information on the 2013-14 Student Accident and Sickness is coming soon. Please check your TCSPP email in mid-June for updates on our carrier and rates for the next academic year.
2012-13 Plan Information:
Students attending The Chicago School of Professional Psychology are encouraged to evaluate their current health insurance coverage. Confidence in the ability to receive adequate services in the event of sickness or injury is critically important to the overall academic experience.
The Chicago School partners with Gallagher Koster to offer a student accident and sickness insurance plan customized specifically with the needs of students in mind. The plan is voluntary for domestic students and mandatory for international students. Exceptions do apply, so please visit the Gallagher Koster website for additional information: www.gallagherkoster.com/
The Chicago School offers a voluntary student accident and sickness insurance plan. Domestic students who are actively enrolled and designated by The Chicago School as full time or taking at least nine credit hours are eligible to enroll on a voluntary basis. This plan is not currently available for online-blended students.
At the Chicago School, all international students are required to have student accident and sickness insurance coverage. The Chicago School, in partnership with Gallagher Koster, offers a comprehensive student plan. All international students are automatically enrolled in and billed for the Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan. International students who currently have health insurance that is equal to or greater than The Chicago School sponsored plan may apply to waive enrollment.
For questions about the student accident and sickness insurance plans, visit www.gallagherkoster.com. Additional questions can be directed to a student affairs representative at each campus:
Online-blended and Part-time Students
Additional insurance options are available to students from other independent providers. The plans and providers listed below are not directly affiliated with or managed by The Chicago School. Students are encouraged to compare the plans before choosing one to ensure that the offered coverage best suits individual needs.