Insurance and fees
St. Norbert College requires students to have health insurance.
Unless proof of health insurance is provided, students will be enrolled in the St. Norbert College/WAICU Health Insurance plan (click here for enrollment form). This plan pays 100% of services, immunizations and medical care provided at Health and Wellness Services (HWS). This plan also participates in local and national networks, however, a deductible and/or co-payment may apply when accessing care in these networks. Optional dental coverage is also available.
Wisconsin In-Network WPS Providers can be found at www.wpsic.com/waicu and follow link to find a doctor. For out-of-state WPS networks please go to www.myfirsthealth.com and click on find a provider for my first health and city.
Please assure your health insurance information is accurate and current https://stnorbert.medicatconnect.com enter your SNC username and password and click on the insurance icon.
PPO or HMO Insurance
Contact your insurance company to determine in-network providers and the method of referral to out-of-network providers, including SNC Health and Wellness Services. HWS is not a network provider for any insurance, except SNC employee insurance.
Having your health insurance information entered electronically will expedite processing of insurance claims for medical care in Health and Wellness Services. All charges from HWS will be posted to student's account in the Bursar Office, with no qualifying clinical information.
Health insurance is available for spouses and dependents of students enrolled in the St. Norbert College Health Insurance plan. Contact the Bursar Office for details.
A health fee of $75 per semester is assessed every student for general services provided in Health and Wellness Services including basic counseling services. Advanced medical provider and diagnostic lab services are Fee-for-Service and billed to student's insurance (deductibles and co-payments apply as per individual insurance policies).
New Student Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions
Current students enrolled in the SNC WAICU Health Plan are eligible to continue coverage with a health plan for up to 9 months after graduation. Go to www.wpsic.com/waicu and click on continuation coverage.
The new Health Care Law and "Getting Covered Campaign" is provided to inform young Americans about insurance coverage after graduation. A toolkit is available at no charge that will assist you in determining what health care insurance may be available to you after graduation www.YoungInvincibles.org/Toolkit .
The St. Norbert College/WAICU Health Insurance Plan enrollment is offered to assure that all SNC students have access to affordable health care.
Mental Health Provider Directory
Search for mental and behavioral health clinicians and hospitals.
Graduating Seniors and the Affordable Care Act
This website will help you understand your options through your parent's insurance plan if you are under 26 years old.
Local area primary care hospitals, clinics and mental health providers.