2016-2017 policy information
The new broker is: Haylor, Freyer, and Coon Inc.
Please click on the link above to look at the policy and other insurance information.
If you are considering the student health plan, we encourage you to go online and check your provider's participation by going to: https://findadoc.cdphp.com/ and select the "National EPO/PPO/HDEPO/HDPPO" plan type to start your search.
2015-2016 policy information
General Insurance Information
SUNY New Paltz requires full-time students to have health insurance; this is further explained on the Student Accounts website. This site explains that students with 12 credits are billed for the College's health insurance plan, offered through CDPHP University Benefits, Inc. Students may waive this policy only by completing a waiver form and submitting it to the Student Accounts Office. Students doing so must have another form of health insurance. The waiver deadline for fall is Sept. 9, 2016, for spring it is Feb. 3, 2017.
Students with six credits are eligible to enroll in the student insurance plan by request on a voluntary basis. Requests should be made through Student Accounts by the end of the second week of each semester. Please note that this year, eligible dependents are also able to enroll in the Student Health Insurance Plan. This can be done only if the student is also enrolled.
It is important to be aware of the services that are covered by your plan. Please click on links above to obtain more information regarding the 2016-2017 Student Insurance Plan.
The Plan utilizes a preferred provider organization (PPO) to hold down student costs. The utilized PPO is CDPHP PPO network for local providers and First Health PPO for their national network. CDPHP offers a national network of physicians, hospitals and other providers, having over 725,000 providers under contract throughout the country. Please note that even though you may find a provider on their website, this does not guarantee that the services those providers may give you would be covered under the Plan. You should always ask the provider if they still continue to participate in CDPHP PPO, as providers sometimes discontinue their participation in PPOs.