Enrollment & Degree Verification
Student Heath Plan
Student Privacy / FERPA
All Students are required to maintain health insurance while enrolled at CNU. Students not participating in the Student Health Plan must obtain private insurance and submit evidence of coverage to their online health records tracker. Evidence of coverage must not be sent to the Office of the Registrar. It will not be processed. Failure to provide evidence of insurance coverage may result in cancellation of registration. Questions relating to this requirement should be directed to your college’s Student Affairs Office (if you are a current student) or Admissions Office (if you are an incoming student).
United HealthCare Student Health Plan Option
To help students meet this requirement, CNU now offers a student health plan (SHP) through United HealthCare. To be eligible for this plan, you must be a CNU student who is enrolled full-time.
If you plan to enroll in the United HealthCare SHP, please be sure to include the SHP cost in your estimated cost of attendance when filing for financial aid and budget planning.
Fall Semester Open Enrollment: Begins in July.
Spring Semester Open Enrollment: Begins in November/December
Additional Information – FAQ’s for Student Health plan and COVID-19 Information
Carefully follow the instructions. If you have questions about the plan, please contact one of the United HealthCare representatives listed in the instructions document below. CNU cannot answer questions about the United HealthCare plans, benefits or coverage.
United HealthCare Benefits
Benefits Comparison for Individual Plans (Refer to page 1 + page 2)
United HealthCare 24/7 Options (Page 5)
United HealthCare Contact Information
This is an optional plan available to students. For more information and a quote, please follow the link to the Ameritas website: Student Dental and Vision Plans. The cost of these plans is not included in your tuition or fees. You pay directly for the plan that you select.
If you have questions, please follow the instructions on the Ameritas website.