Why does my BSN program require health insurance? - page 2
I just got information on all of the things I need to complete in order to begin my BSN program at UCF in Janurary. Everything was familiar to me because I have been through the process once before... Read More
Sep 25, '10Im in the Bsn program as it was just a requirment because we go to clinical settings and perform and work with patients so if anything happens we have to be coverred by our insurance!
Sep 25, '10Quote from brielle776I just got information on all of the things I need to complete in order to begin my BSN program at UCF in Janurary. Everything was familiar to me because I have been through the process once before when I was accepted to an ADN program that I didn't end up attending. One of the things that was different was that the UCF program required all students to have health insurance. I know rules are rules and I am in no way trying to say that it's stupid, but health insurance is expensive and I barely have the money to go to school. So I am just wondering what that rationale is behind requiring us to have health insurance. Does anyone know?
If you can't get help, go to daveramsey.com he has a link to go to and get INS. quotes and he will only endorse reputable people. When I was pricing it out I found some good plans for like 117 a month for just me with good coverage and deductible. If you aren't one to get sick a lot, get a higher deductible., it will be a lower monthly payment. Find out also exactly what kind of coverage you have to have as the school requirements.