Student Health Insurance
The Student Health Plan is eligible for Connecticut College students and their eligible dependents. The Plan is underwritten by Aetna Life Insurance Company. The provisions governing this insurance may be viewed online at www.aetnastudenthealth.com. The below information is meant to summarize plan highlights. Please refer to the website or the Aetna Student Health Plan Design and Benefits Summary, Policy Year: 2014 – 2015, Policy Number: 867900.
|Coverage Period||Coverage Start Date||Coverage End Date||Enrollment Deadline|
|New Spring Students||1/1/15||8/24/15||2/1/15|
All student, who are enrolled at a Connecticut Community College and who actively attend classes for at least the first 31 days, after the date when coverage becomes effective. Online classes do not fulfill the eligibility requirement.
To enroll online or obtain an enrollment application for voluntary coverage, log on to www.aetnastudenthealth.com. Search for “Connecticut Community Colleges,” then click on “Enroll” to download the appropriate form.
If you withdraw from classes within the first 31 days of a coverage period, you will not be covered under the Policy and the full premium will be refunded, less any claims paid.
Contact Chuck Cleary, Dean of Administration, at 860.773.1302 if you have further questions about student health insurance.
Injuries on Campus
The college wants all students, employees and guests to enjoy a healthy and safe learning environment. When a person is injured on campus, they should report it immediately to a faculty member, security guard or employee. If the injury is serious, do not hesitate to call 911 from a campus phone. Members of the college’s Emergency Medical Response Team will be notified and respond. First aid kits are available throughout campus. The college has two AED’s. Employees who respond to medical emergencies must complete an Incident Report form and submit it to the Dean of Administration.
Tunxis Community College is a state agency. As such, any individual wishing to pursue a claim against the State must follow the procedures as outlined by the Office of the Claims Commissioner.
Contact Chuck Cleary, Dean of Administration, at 860.773.1302 if you wish to pursue a claim.