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- Jun 9, '12 by awarren808Nevermind I read the entire packet.
- Jun 11, '12 by AspiringNurse_AmberHey, does anyone know if there is a fax number for the financial aid office? I forgot to send back my signed financial aid form accepting the award and I just noticed that it says to be sent back in by today's date. Thank you so much!
- Jun 11, '12 by awarren808My award letter says send back by 6/18....
There are two fax numbers listed 215-710-3541 and 215-710-3542
- Jun 12, '12 by AspiringNurse_AmberThanks! Hmm that's interesting, my award letter said send back by 6/11.
Has anyone done their CPR training yet?
- Jun 12, '12 by parker86So to fellow NJ Aria nursing students, can anyone recommend a company that has student health insurance (typically way cheaper than average plans). The insurance plans listed in the handbook seem to be geared towards PN residents and will not give me insurance benefits since I live in NJ.
That deadline is coming up soon and I've hit this roadblock. Never thought student health insurance would be difficult to find...but then again...NJ makes everything more difficult than it needs to be.
- Jun 14, '12 by simplyblessed@ Holly,
I went through the same struggle of finding insurance. Apparently our insurance is so much higher because of legislation that prevents them from denying coverage for preexisting conditions. Unfortunately, that means higher insurance and less discounts for us. The only thing I was able to do was go with Aetna's EPO plan, and even that is costly at about $212 a month. It's so crazy! I'm just awaiting the open enrollment at my husband's job and will go under his insurance. Hang in there, I know it's crazy.
- Jun 15, '12 by BumbleBee477i found some crap after hours and hours on the internet. its like $1400 a year. i tried to use it when in the ER w/ a kidney stone and my bill says they couldnt identify my policy number. i couldnt even tell u the real name of my insurance becuz theres like 3 different names. so confusing. i just had to get it so i had something to show i had insurance. its a mess
- Jun 16, '12 by parker86Yes after days on the internet I found one nj insurance policy that is only for students, it covers only sickness and injury and costs $90/month. But it doesn't cover anything I ever need insurance for like well visits, ob/gyn visits, shots...so its basically useless to me unless I end up in th ER...and even then it only pays 70% of the costs. I saw the Atena plan too but $200 is way too much for me to justify the 4 times/yr I go to the doctor for birth control. It only costs $45 for a depo shot! I dont go to the doctor unless im deathly sick or have a bad case of poisen oak. Insurance is such a rip off! I can wait for Obamas health insurance exchange to kick in! It will be the best reality check the corrupt insurance companies ever had!
- Jun 16, '12 by BumbleBee477i use planned parenthood. they dont even want your insurance card when you are a full time nursing student. you get the discount
- Jun 16, '12 by awarren808Hi Bumblebee do you happen to when the fall class list is going to be posted? I see the nursing courses are listed, but not psu classes.