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
0Sep 25, '10 by Blessed S.N.23Im 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!
0Sep 25, '10 by ~Mi Vida Loca~RNQuote 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.