Dallas International University does not provide any health insurance coverage to its students, but, by Dallas International Policy, students enrolled in Dallas International classes that meet (if even for a portion of the class) on-campus are required to carry health insurance for themselves and their immediate families during their time of on-campus attendance, and must show proof of coverage at the time of registration for the class.
Three ways for US residents to search for affordable health insurance, should you need it:
- US Affordable Care Act: healthcare.gov
- Texas Student Health Insurance: https://www.ehealthinsurance.com/texas-health-insurance/health-plans/student
- Search the internet for “student health insurance” or search by insurance company (Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health Care, or one with which you are already familiar) to see what options you have for student health care coverage
International students who will be certified by Dallas International for an F or J visa during their studies here must have a health insurance policy that meets minimum standards. See International Student Health Insurance for more detailed information and links.