University of Southern California

SCampus Student Guidebook

University Governance

F.7 Distance Learning Health Insurance

I. University Park Campus Distance Learning Programs

  1. Distance learning students who do not attend any classes on campus are NOT required to pay the student health fee, nor are they required to buy a supplemental insurance plan. However, the USC distance learners health insurance plan is available to them while they are students at USC. For details, email b.well@usc.edu.
  2. Distance learning students who are: a) Domestic students who are enrolled and attend six or more units on campus are required to pay the student health fee and meet the supplemental insurance requirements. Those who are enrolled in less than six units and attend any classes on campus can optionally purchase the supplemental insurance plan. If the supplemental insurance plan is purchased, then students must also pay the student health fee. b) International students who are enrolled in any on-campus units are required to pay the health fee and meet the supplemental insurance requirements.
  3. All distance learning students who are NOT enrolled in any on-campus units will not need to show proof of insurance or pay the health fee. They will be exempt from the requirements if they attend occasional lectures, meet with professors or visit campus during their online enrollment.
  4. Compliance requirements: Distance learning students who are not enrolled in any on-campus units will not be required to meet immunization compliance requirements.

II. Health Science Campus Distance Learning Programs

  1. Distance learning students who do not attend any classes on campus are NOT required to pay the student health fee nor are they required to buy a supplemental insurance plan. However, the USC distance learners health insurance plan is available to them while they are students at USC. For details, email b.well@usc.edu.
  2. AII distance learning students (domestic and international) who are enrolled in Health Sciences Campus programs and have any on-campus units are required to pay the student health fee, meet the mandatory supplemental insurance requirements and meet the compliance requirements of their school.

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