Student Insurance Additional Benefits
As a participant in William & Mary's Student Health Insurance Plan, students also receive the following value-added benefits, services and programs.
Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefits
Students have coverage in the event that an injury results in the accidental loss of life or a member. The insured person or beneficiary may request the Insurance Company to pay the applicable amount. For specific information about the benefits offered, view the titled section in the Plan Brochure.
Collegiate Assistance Program
Students have access to nurse advice, health information and counseling support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by dialing (877) 499-3568. The Collegiate Assistance Program is staffed by Registered Nurses and Student Assistant Specialists who can help students determine if they need to seek medical care, need legal/financial advice or may need to talk to someone about everyday issues that can be stressfull and overwhelming. Students also have access to www.LiveAndWorkWell.com, a robust site that can help them meet life’s challenges.
Scholastic Emergency Services
Students are eligible for unique global emergency medical assistance from Scholastic Emergency Services (SES). This program immediately connects the student to doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and certain other services when faced with a medical emergency while traveling 100 miles or more from your permanent residence, campus location or in another country (not available in home country for international students). One simple phone call to (877) 488-9833 (within U. S.) or (609) 452-8570 (collect outside U. S.) will connect the student to a range of assistance services. SES completely arranges and pays for all the assistance services it provides without limits on the covered cost. For more information, please see the Scholastic Emergency Services Program Guide.
UnitedHealth Allies Discount Card
Students will receive the white UnitedHealth Allies ID card along with their grey UnitedHealthcare ID card. This program can help students stretch your healthcare dollar on dental care,vision care and wellness products & services. Students can typically save 10-50% on certain services. UnitedHealth Allies is not insurance and does not make payment directly to the providers. Students will receive a discount from those providers who have contracted with the UnitedHealth Allies discount program. Students are obligated to pay for all provided services, less the applicable discount, at the time of service. The UnitedHealth Allies ID card will be delivered along with the Student Health Insurance ID card. Students must log onto UnitedHealth Allies to register to begin using the program. For more information about the discount program, please see the UnitedHealth Allies Discount Program Member Handbook.