Insurance Information

Important information about the 2016-2017 United Healthcare Student Resources Student Insurance Plan.

Enrollment in this plan is available for students on a per semester basis. Students can submit a request for insurance through MyBarry or at Student Health Services. Enrollment is available for Spouse/Dependent(s) through You must be enrolled in the student plan and effective in the UHCSR system before you can request Spouse/Dependent coverage Spousal/Dependent coverage terms run concurrently with the student coverage terms. To be eligible for coverage, students must actively attend classes for the first 31 days after the date for which coverage is purchased. Home study, correpsondence and online courses do not fulfiull the eligibility requirements that the student actively attend classes.

Premium rates for All full-time students
8/1/16 - 7/31/17
8/1/16- 12/31/16
Spring ONLY
1/1/17 - 5/7/17
Spring & Summer
1/1/17 - 7/31/17
Summer ONLY
5/8/17 - 7/31/17

*If you want to enroll for the Annual Premium, you must enroll directly through UHCSR after August 1st. Premium is required at the time of enrollment. Policy start date begins on the date you enroll when choosing this option.

Policy Highlights:

  • Fully compliant ACA nationwide insurance plan (UHC PPO Choice)
  • Deductible Preferred Providers - $400 (Per Insured Person, Per Policy Year)
  • Deductible Out-of-Network - $800 (Per Insured Person, Per Policy Year)
  • Coinsurance Preferred Providers - 80% (See policy details)
  • Coinsurance Out-of-Network - 50% (See policy details)
  • Out-of-Pocket Maximum Preferred Providers - $6,350 (Per Insured Person, Per Policy Year)
  • Out-of-Pocket Maximum Preferred Providers - $12,700 (Family maximum, Per Policy Year)

Further information on policy details is available on the web at and

Enrollment Process:

You must complete an enrollment form. You will not be automatically added to this plan. To complete the enrollment request,

  • Login to your MyBarry page,
  • Go to the Resources Section,
  • Click on Student Health & Insurance Requirements,
  • Click on Health Insurance-Waiver,
  • Click on “I need to purchase health insurance”,
  • Complete each form and hit submit.

Before submitting it is recommended that you print a copy of the completed enrollment form for your records. After you have submitted all forms, you should receive a confirmation email to your Mymail messages box. Please retain this email as proof of enrollment. If you do not receive the email, please contact Student Health Services at

For questions regarding payment for this insurance plan, please contact the Cashier Business Office at 305-899-3585 or via email at

Please be advised! The Student Health Services is unable to guarantee that your premium will be billed to your student account prior to you receiving your financial reimbursement.

Cancellation Policy! If you find it necessary to cancel your Student Insurance Plan you must do so prior to the policy’s semester start date. The insurance request cannot be cancelled or changed and is non-refundable after the effective date of the policy for the enrolling semester(s). If after you have completed this enrollment form, you or your parent/guardian/spouse, etc. decide to choose a different insurance plan, please be sure to do so well in advance of the policy start date noted below, to ensure that your cancellation request can be granted. For complete details on the cancelation policy please refer to your Student Insurance enrollment form.

If you have any questions regarding this change or need additional information please feel free to contact our office at (305) 899-3750 or via email at

Student Health Access Plan

All Full-time undergraduate students attending class on the Barry University main campus (Miami Shores) will be billed for a mandatory $60 Student Health Access Plan on a per semester basis, once in the fall and once in the spring. All other students may purchase the plan if they wish to utilize the primary care services at Student Health Services.

This plan provides the following coverage:

  • Unlimited primary care visits with a Nurse Practitioner for the semester
  • Over the counter medications
  • Select prescriptive medications (high cost medications may have a nominal co-payment)
  • Immunizations One MMR and Td/Tdap vaccine are covered with this plan. (certain immunizations will have a nominal co-payment for students with primary insurance other than the Barry Sponsored UHCSR plan)

Please Note:

  • The Student Health Access Plan covers services provided ONLY through Student Health Services (SHS). This plan IS NOT an insurance plan and WILL NOT cover the cost of medical treatment or medications at off-campus providers.
  • This plan covers most services provided at SHS except; immunization (minimal co-pay applies except as indicated above), and some medications.
  • Laboratory tests that must be sent to an off-site lab and will be billed to the patient’s primary insurance. Any unpaid balance owed to the laboratory is the patient’s responsibility.
  • Although Student Health Services provides treatment for most common illness, As per University policy all Residence students and F1-J1 international students must maintain a comprehensive full-service compliant insurance plan by waiver. Certain academic programs have insurance requirement for their students. See program requirement for details. It is strongly advised that all students remain insured while attending Barry University and may enroll in the student sponsored insurance plan during the open enrollment period.
  • This plan will automatically renew for subsequent semesters unless a non-renewal form is completed at SHS prior to the start of the enrolling semester (non-renewal restrictions apply to full-time undergraduate students attending classes on the Miami Shores campus.)

Accident Plan Information

Procedure for Filing an Accident Claim

In the event that you have suffered an injury that requires medical attention, please follow the procedure below:

  • Occupational Exposure, (needle stick or bodily fluid exposure)
    • Wash the wound and skin site that have been exposed to blood or bodily fluids with soap and water. Mucous membranes should be flushed with water.
    • Report your injury to your clinical supervisor immediately!
    • Immediately seek care by a qualified health care provider(ER, Urgent Care or a health care provider that can provide appropriate guidance on the need for antiretroviral prophylaxis)
    • Follow all federal (OSHA) and state requirements for recording and reporting occupational injuries and exposures as per the clinical site and the Barry University program guidelines.

After medical care is received, contact the Student Health Services at 305 899 3750 to schedule an appointment to complete a claim form. If you are not at the Barry University main campus please fill out the Accident Claim Form below.

  • For any other injury (sprains, fractures, lacerations, etc.) that requires medical attention:
    • Please seek medical attention as soon as possible at an ER, Urgent Care Center, Private Physician’s office or the Student Health Services.

After medical care is received, contact the Student Health Services at 305 899 3750 to schedule an appointment to complete a claim form. If you are not at the Barry University main campus please fill out the Accident Claim Form below.

You will be responsible to provide the treating facility with your primary insurance card and your accident insurance card. The accident plan will cover up to $5000 of medical expenses per injury, which is NOT covered by your primary insurance plan. (Exclusions may apply) The accident plan is a supplemental plan. You must have primary insurance that has been approved by hard waiver as per the Barry University guidelines.

For more details regarding the student accident insurance plan please visit

Accident Insurance Card