The MIT Student Extended Insurance Plan is a comprehensive insurance plan that meets state and federal health insurance requirements and J-1 visa requirements. This plan meets the minimum essential health coverage requirements in accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Whether you’re studying on campus or remotely, the Extended Plan is there when you need it through the nationwide Blue Cross Blue Shield network.
MIT Student Extended Insurance Plan coverage includes:
- Routine care and visits to specialists outside MIT Medical
- Telehealth visits (US only) Referrals to specialists outside MIT Medical
- 52 off-campus mental health visits with no out-of-pocket cost
- Diagnostic tests, physical therapy, or surgery
- Hospitalizations and medically necessary ER visits
Want to know about how the Extended Plan works on and off campus?
The Extended Plan covers pediatric preventive dental services for students and covered family members under age 19. The Extended Plan covers one routine vision exam every 12 months at MIT Medical.
Academic Year 2021
Fall term only
Spring term only
|Enrollment/Waiver Deadline||August 27, 2020|
|Student and Spouse/Domestic Partner||$5,343||$2,226||$3,117|
|Student and dependent(s)||$3,597||$1,498||$2,099|
|Family (student, spouse/domestic partner/children)||$5,671||$2,362||$3,309|
Yes, but only until the end of the policy period for which you are enrolled and have paid your premium. So, for example, if you enrolled in and paid for annual or spring-semester coverage and graduate in the spring, you will be covered until August 31, which is the end of the policy period.