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Health Insurance

All International students are required to be enrolled in the SUNY-HTH Worldwide Health Insurance plan which includes Frontier Medex (repatriation).   The plan is intended for your protection and is a New York state requirement while providing the student with quality, comprehensive healthcare coverage while studying in the U.S. and maintaining an I-20.

All international students on F-1 student visa or other non-immigrant categories (other than J visa) will be automatically enrolled in the HTH insurance plan just prior to arrival on campus.


State University of New York College at Oneonta
2013-2014 Academic Year Rate Structure

HTH Health Insurance
(Includes Sickness, Accident, and Repatriation Coverage)

For International Students


Dates of Coverage

Individual Cost





8/15/13 - 1/14/14



1/15/13 - 6/14/14



1/15/14 - 8/14/14


Summer/Short Term

5/15/14 - 8/14/14


(or fraction of)

As designated


Up to 16 Days

As designated




Useful Forms

HTH Benefits Brochure

Medex Brochure

Student Self-Managed Referral Program - Instructions

HTH Prescription Reimbursement Claim Form

HTH Claim Form (For Claims Incurred Inside the U.S.)

HTH Claim Form (For Claims Incurred Outside the U.S)

Note: “Neither the State of New York, through its agents, nor the State University of New York through its agents and employees, is responsible in any manner whatsoever for the payment of any claim for health-related services provided to individuals covered under this insurance policy. The State of New York and State University of New York are not responsible for obligations incurred by individuals who are not covered by this insurance policy. All individuals participating in the University’s health insurance programs described herein are responsible for reviewing all descriptions of the scope and level of coverage offered by this policy. Such  participants will be solely responsible for obtaining additional coverage not provided under this program if such is deemed necessary by the participant.”