International Student Health Insurance


International Insurance Brochure 2015 - 2016


If you need a medical provider outside of Student Health Service, go to Aetna's website. There you will find practitioners who participate with this insurance.

You will have to pick a plan and it is: OPEN CHOICE PPO.


All international students are billed for the College's overseas health insurance policy which is HTH Worldwide. By logging onto the HTH student site, the international student can register and familiarize themselves with benefits, claims, and health care services.

An online referral is required before a student sees a medical provider outside of Student Health Services or has diagnostic imaging in the community. To do this follow these steps:

If you have used this site before and have a password, follow these steps:

1. Log onto the HTH student site.

2. Click on "Login/Register" in upper right corner.

3. Enter email address, enter password, and click "Sign In."

4. Enter Certificate Number, your name, and your month and year of expected
    graduation, and click "Submit."

5. Once logged on, click on "My Benefits" then click on "SUNY Referrals." Input all the required
    information, including the referral code on the sheet given to you at Student Health Services.

6. This must be done PRIOR to your appointment or your $50 deductible will not be waived.

If you haven't used this site before, follow these steps:

1. Follow steps 1 and 2 above.

2. Enter email address and click on "No, I'm signing up for the first time."

3. Follow prompts to create a password.

4. Then follow steps 3-6 above.

If you have used the site before and have forgotten your password follow these

1. Follow steps 1 and 2 above.

2. Enter email address, and click on "Forgot Password?"

3. Enter email address again, then click "Continue."

4. Go to your email account and open email from

5. Click on link in email.

6. The link will bring you back to HTH website to change your password.

7. Then follow steps 3-6 from top instructions.


NOTE: If you are ever in a life-threatening medical situation, go directly to the nearest emergency room.

Remember that representatives in the International Programs Office or the Student Health Service are available to assist international students with questions or problems concerning their health insurance.