Walla Walla University believes that insurance is extremely important for all students. Because of this we want to connect you with resources to best provide for your insurance needs, including access to physician services in Walla Walla. The University Health Clinic is run by Providence Medical Group, so be sure to check your health insurance plan to see if they are in-network providers, or consider other health insurance plans via the links below.
All United States residents are required by law to have medical insurance. If you do not currently have insurance that provides coverage in Walla Walla, here are resources to assist you in obtaining insurance for the upcoming academic year.
For residents on our campuses visit these online marketplaces to compare and enroll in health insurance:
- Washington (College Place campus): www.wahealthplanfinder.org
- Oregon (Portland campus): www.oregonhealthcare.gov
- Montana (Missoula and Billings campuses): www.healthinsurance.org/montana-state-health-insurance-exchange/
For non-Washington US residents: research your state health insurance exchange and purchase a policy with “out of network” benefits or purchase a “multi-state plan”. More information about health plans and exchanges can be found at www.healthcare.gov
For international students: Because United States residents are required by law to have medical insurance, international students are also required to have Health and Accident insurance. Purchasing health insurance for the United States can be overwhelming. Walla Walla University encourages you to review the policy carefully to include medical evacuation and repatriation benefits
- www.bcaa.com/insurance/travel (British Columbia, Canadian students)
University Health Clinic
Excess Student Accident Insurance
Walla Walla University covers all registered undergraduate and graduate students with excess accident insurance with a $5,000 limit. Students injured while on a WWU campus, in campus-owned housing, or participating in off-campus University-sponsored activities (excluding intercollegiate athletic accidents) may complete a Non-Work-Related Accident/Incident Report form and the A-G Excess Student Accident Claim Form and provide them to Risk & Safety Management for authorization prior to filing a claim and submitting to A-G Administrators.
Intercollegiate Athletic Accident Insurance - Walla Walla University covers all intercollegiate athletes with accident insurance. Students injured while participating in the University intercollegiate sports program will work with the Athletic Trainer/Coach to complete the A-G Accident Claim Form found at the WWU Athletics website at http://uwolves.com/sports/2016/5/10/returning-athletes.aspx. For additional information on coverage, see the Intercollegiate Athletic Accident Plan and Summary.
Risk and Safety Management
For student accident reporting visit the Risk & Safety Management page on Accident/Incident Reporting.